It's a controversy that refuses to die down and now Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr finds herself caught up in it as well.
Over the weekend, reports emerged that a former Snapchat employee had alleged that the social media company's CEO, Evan Spiegel, was not interested in expanding his business to 'poor' countries like India and Spain. A number of Indians took to social media to express their anger with these unverified comments. Now Ms Kerr is being viciously trolled on her various social media profiles - because she is engaged to the Snapchat CEO.
From her official Facebook page, to her Twitter handle and Instagram account - there does not seem to be a social media platform that Ms Kerr is not being attacked on. Many of the comments are abusive.
Here are a few comments on a Facebook photo:
Here are a few from Instagram:
Here are a few gems from Twitter:
— Neeraj Sinha (@NeerajS31) April 17, 2017
— Anupam KS @anupamnawada) April 16, 2017
However, a few Indians stood up for her:
Wow!! We can do all this only..Keep it up..Slow Claps for those who are doing this..Disgraceful..https://t.co/oh4mxCwvFx
— Priyanka Bhatt (@iPriyankaBhatt) April 17, 2017
This takes us back to the times whenAnushka Sharma was blamed for Virat Kohli bad performance on the field.
Published Date: Apr 17, 2017 07:55 pm | Updated Date: Apr 17, 2017 07:55 pm