Sonam Kapoor Ahuja recently took to her Instagram stories to inform everyone about a venom-filled message from an Instagram user named Stuti Shah who is an Indian-American blogger. She said that women like Sonam talk fake things about patriarchy and feminism. She even called out on her for being a pure product of nepotism and slammed the actress by saying that she doesn't know how to act. Her message was not restricted to Sonam but she also targetted her husband Aanand Ahuja where the blogger called him 'ugly.' A screenshot of her message was shared on Sonam's account where she said this kind of messages targeting her will only get some attention for trollers on the social media platform.
Nonetheless, after the entire scenario, an Insta story was shared on the blogger's account where she claimed that her account has been compromised. Taking to her page, she said that she had to go through a tedious process to get her account secure after being hacked. She also asserted that she would never spread hate messages, especially to a woman. Her note read, "If you get any hate message from my account, it’s not me. My account was hacked. And I had to go through a tedious process of going through so many changes to make it secure. It’s all good now. But I would never spread hate messages, especially sending it to women."
A part of the blogger's message to Sonam read, "You will mostly not read this message but shame on you. You talk fake shit about patriarchy and feminism. Women like you bring negativity to the society. You are nothing without your dad."
Meanwhile, Sonam Kapoor is currently in London with her husband Anand Ahuja, being showered with congratulatory messages with the opening of her husband’s new café. ALSO READ: American Blogger Calls Sonam Kapoor 'Pure Product Of Nepotism'; Actress Says It's PAINFUL To Hear, 'Going Back To My Fab Life'
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