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Cow Vigilantism and Lynching Apologist Speaks Up About ‘Emotional Lynching’ in Heartfelt Instagram Video

By Team Rayon Updated: June 19, 2020 at 1:29 pm 8 Comment

In the latest episode of ‘How Can I Make This About Myself?’, actor Kangana Ranaut released another video of her talking about the recent tragic demise of Sushant Singh Rajput and the role of nepotism in, what she calls, his murder.

Kedarnath actor Sushant Singh Rajput died by suicide on June 14th 2020, triggering conversations about mental health. Some reports claimed that the late actor had been facing difficulties getting good work in the industry because of the rampant nepotism practiced in casting decisions.

At the mere mention of the word nepotism, noted lynching apologist Kangana Ranaut’s spider senses started tingling and she decided to put in her two cents in the ongoing conversation.

“Nepotism bad. Give Twitter back to my sister. Hrithik sucks,” she said, in a video released on her Instagram account earlier this week. She also claimed that saying that Sushant suffered from depression is stupid because he was really smart and good at studies so there’s no way his brain had any issues.

She released another video recently, where she brought receipts to support her claim that nepotism killed Sushant Singh Rajput.

“He faced emotional and psychological lynching, which is very different from actual murder lynching where some brave individuals come together to protect our mother cows,” she said. The actress went on to reveal the names of different publications that ran blind items tarnishing Sushant Singh rajput’s name. She claimed that these blind items were planted by the ‘movie mafia’ and played a direct role in the actor’s death.

She forgot to mention the name of a prominent entertainment website’s name that also publishes malicious blind items, mostly because that website is one of her most ardent enablers.

“In conclusion, pay attention to me because vomiting this much bile on a regular basis takes effort and dedication. Jai Hind,” she said.

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