Sona Mohapatra questions Mika’s support for 'rapist' Ram Rahim Singh
Poriborton Correspondent 5:40 pm, August 27, 2017
Sona Mohapatra is known for taking a stand for most moral issues and she is almost always on the right side with an opinion that makes everyone sit up and take notice. She has effectively and single-handedly shut down trolls and garnered immense popularity and applause in return. She has always managed to make her statements ring out whether through her singing or her opinions. This time Sona Mohapatra blasted fellow singer Mika Singh for lending his support to self-proclaimed godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan.
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan is the chief of Dera Sacha Sauda and has been convicted in a rape case; he would receive his sentence tomorrow on Monday, August 28, 2017. Following his conviction riots broke out in parts of Haryana and Punjab which saw several people losing their lives and many others getting injured. However, what irked Sona Mohapatra was the fact that Mika Singh was praying for Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh while the trial was in progress and riots were waiting to happen.
Mika Singh had taken to Twitter to estend his well wishes to the Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh. He wrote on Twitter, “My best wishes to @Gurmeetramrahim bhaaji .. I hope the court will make the right decision. The greatest thing is he went on time.” Sona Mohapatra wrote back, “Wah jee Wah Mika jee. Aap key kitney achiever dost hain! #RamRahimConvicted #RamRahimVerdict #Rapist #Godmanhttps://twitter.com/mikasingh/status/901012827841875968 …” This Monkey Is The New Godman In Town, Better Trust Him Than Babas like Gurmeet Ram Rahim
Twitter users were also appalled at Mika’s tweet and they did not let any time lapse before they started attacking him for his idiocy.
Mika Singh’s tweet received a lot of flak from Twitterati but the best one was from Sona Mohapatra who did not mince her words in calling out her fellow singer. Celebrities have the power to move masses and they are the people whom laymen follow, they must ensure that when they speak on a public platform they weigh their words before making a statement because it can always backfire.
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