Want your daily dose of entertainment? Head over to controversy’s favourite child Rakhi Sawant’s Instagram account. The model-turned-actress-turned-drama queen often treats her followers with her (hilarious) opinions on the current affairs, including politics, entertainment, Bigg Boss 13 and controversies. Not very long ago, we reported how Rakhi Sawant was sobbing over the fact that Raveena Tandon, Bharti Singh and Farah Khan allegedly mocked the term ‘Hallelujah’ on their YouTube show. Rakhi stated how mocking a sacred term like that is insulting Jesus and that she is absolutely hurt.
In her latest video, she apologises on the trio’s behalf, but it’s her funky hair colour that has got everyone talking. Rakhi Sawant addresses the controversy fueled by Bharti Singh, Raveena Tandon and Farah Khan on the Indian television and voluntarily apologises for their mistake. She further states that she isn’t defending her friends and whatever they did was absolutely wrong. Rakhi also requests the Christian community that has filed an FIR against the three, to withdraw it and forgive them. And, while we appreciate Rakhi’s efforts of making peace, netizens couldn’t help but troll her funky, new red hair colour, which was actually a filter. Her hair colour looks like a tacky version of Kylie Jenner's 2019 Haloween look where she dressed up as a mermaid but also donned sexy red hair. (ALSO READ - Rakhi Sawant Turns Spiritual And Asks People To Do Good; Says, 'Sach Ki Rah Par Rakhi Sawant Le Jaegi')
Check out the video below:
Soon after Rakhi Sawant posted the video, her comment box was spammed with replies like, “Mathe ka sindoor beh ke pure baalo me lg gya h tere,” “Pagal ho gayi he bichari,” “You are such a drama queen,” “Aise q ho gyi ho tum pehle to acchi dikhti thi,” “Buddhi lag rhi tum to yr.”
LOL! The internet can be a cruel place at times.
image source: instagram/rakhisawant2511, kyliejenner
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