Koo Founders Welcome Kangana Ranaut After Her Twitter Account Gets Permanently Suspended; Says 'You Can Voice Your Opinions Here With Pride'

On Tuesday, Kangana Ranaut's Twitter account got permanently suspended. After her Twitter suspension, Koo founders welcomed the actress on the app. Read on!

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Koo Founders Welcome Kangana Ranaut After Her Twitter Account Gets Permanently Suspended; Says 'You Can Voice Your Opinions Here With Pride'
Kangana Ranaut has been making headlines after her Twitter account got permanently suspended for violating rules. Post her Twitter suspension, Kangana has now been welcomed by the founders of Koo app. Yes, you read it right! For the uninitiated, the actress had joined the app in February and in her bio for Koo, she had said that was a 'new place' and would take time to get familiar with it. Adding to that, she wrote, "magar bhade ka ghar bhade ka hota hai, apna ghar kaisa bhi ho apna hota hai" (a rented house is rented, one's own house is one's own no matter what) The actress enjoys a good fan following on the app.

Koo's co-founder and CEO Aprameya Radhakrishna released a statement and reffering to Kangana Ranaut's post in February, he said that the actress was right in saying Koo is like home and everything else is rented. 

And another co-founder of Koo, Mayank Bidwatka said in a statement that the actress can share her opinions on the site with pride. "Kangana jee, this is your home, you can voice your opinions to everyone here with pride," he said.
Hours after her Twitter Suspension, Kangana released a statement and said that she has many platforms she can use to raise her voice. She said, "Twitter has only proved my point they are Americans and by birth a white person feels entitled to enslave a brown person, they want to tell you what to think, speak or do." The Thalaivi actress added that she has  many platforms that she can use to raise her voice 'including my own art in the form of cinema but my heart goes out to the people of this nation who has been tortured, enslaved and censored for thousands of years and still there is no end to the suffering."




Image Source:Instagram/KanganaRanaut
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