Ananya Birla slams US restaurant for being 'racist', shares ordeal on Twitter

Ananya Birla tweeted that the Italian-American dining place in California “literally threw” her and her family out of their premises.

Press Trust of India October 26, 2020 18:07:43 IST
Ananya Birla slams US restaurant for being 'racist', shares ordeal on Twitter

Ananya Birla, the daughter of Aditya Birla Group’s chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla, has slammed a US restaurant for being “racist”, saying the Italian-American dining place in California “literally threw” her and her family out of their premises.

The singer and artist took to Twitter to share her ordeal on Saturday, saying “this is not okay”.

The Scopa Italian Roots restaurant is an Italian-American dining place by chef Antonia Lofaso in California.

She is the daughter of Aditya Birla Group Chairman Kumar Mangalam Birla and educationist and mental health activist Neerja Birla.

In a tweet, Neerja also lashed out at the restaurant for ill-treating them.

“I have never experienced anything of this sort. Racism exists and is real. Unbelievable,” their son Aryaman Birla also tweeted.

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