Earlier Today, actor Trisha slammed a few who are protesting against Jallikattu ban in Tamil Nadu with a series of tweets that showed how badly the actor was hurt. The protesters forced the Garjanai team to pull off their shoot at Karaikudi.
It appears that the actor was very upset after few of them used filthy language against her and her family. And even her demise poster did rounds in social media and WhatsApp. Check out what really happened and how she reacted for such things.
At the latest, Trisha’s Twitter has been hacked and a series of tweets has been posted on her account. The tweet that came from Trisha’s handle has grabbed everyone’s attention “I’m a Tamilian and I support @peta @PetaIndia cruelty to animals no matter how old the traditions are is no justification. #BanJallikattu”. After the tweet, several angry tweets came out as response to the tweet. Just few minutes later, she tweeted, “Someone has hacked my account and the last tweet is not posted by me.”
The last tweet read, “This tweet is not posted by me and is absolute rubbish. Believe it or not i am making my stand clear.already complained 2 d authorities.”
Her account has been deactivated now.
Stay tuned for more updates.