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BRAVE: This Man Wanted to Call that Girl a ‘D**k S*****g Road Wh**e on Twitter, But Won’t Because Ananya Panday Said Not To

By Team Rayon Updated: October 3, 2019 at 12:20 pm 8 Comment

It’s a proven fact that celebrities can affect change in society. Amitabh Bachchan got parents to give their children polio vaccine, and Akshay Kumar singlehandedly made being patriotic uncool.

This 33-year-old Gurugram resident, who wishes to remain anonymous, can attest to the aforementioned fact wholeheartedly.

“I’m not a bad person, I just have a lot of opinions and if someone, especially a woman, doesn’t agree with me, I feel like it’s fair for me to call them a wh**e,” said the anonymous 33-year-old Gurugram resident.

This 33-year-old Gurugram resident, who uses a Kabir Singh still as his display picture on Twitter, recently wanted to engage with a female Twitter user who had explained why she wouldn’t be watching the new movie Joker.

“She said that the movie glorified a violent creep. It was like Kabir Singh all over again,” said the anonymous 33-year-old, “So I started typing out a short, but succinct retort that basically called her a d**k su****g road wh**e, when I saw that Ananya Panday had posted a video on her Instagram.”



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On Gandhi Jayanti, the Student of the Year 2 star had taken to Instagram to talk about how harmful cyberbullying can be and how she will stop it by pledging to not use swear words on social media. According to the anonymous 33-year-old Gurugram resident, seeing the impactful video of Ananya eradicating all evil from the dark depths of the Internet made him delete the offensive Tweet immediately.

“I realised the power of words through her completely sincere appeal that was definitely not just a PR tactic. I, hereby, pledge to only use sanitised language to harass women online.”