Sona Mohapatra IRKED With Jacqueline Fernandez’s Digital ‘Chelas’ As Her ‘Expectation vs Reality’ Meme Goes VIRAL: ‘Not On Sale’

Sona Mohapatra penned a strong message for Jacqueline Fernandez’s digital Chelas

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Sona Mohapatra IRKED With Jacqueline Fernandez’s Digital ‘Chelas’ As Her ‘Expectation vs Reality’ Meme Goes VIRAL: ‘Not On Sale’
Singer Sona Mohapatra seemed rather irked by actress Jacqueline Fernandez’s digital ‘chelas’ aka her followers. Taking to her Twitter handle, the 45-year-old singer penned a strong message for her followers who shared a meme of her featuring her and Jacqueline, as ‘Expectation vs Reality’. 

She wrote, “Dear JF digital chelas (followers), spreading this brilliant ‘creative’ online as revenge, please note.”

She also added, “I am not available on ‘order’ thankfully, be it online or otherwise. Not on sale. My earlier tweet on her asked for youngsters not to be too. Stop making a fool of yourself and degrading her.”
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The recently shared meme comes after the singer had shared a video of herself pointing out that she doesn’t buy products endorsed by Jacqueline. Speaking about the importance of labels carefully selecting their brand ambassadors, she had told a news portal, that her decision against not buying items associated with Jacqueline is not to diss someone.

She said it’s necessary for labels to have better role models for endorsing them because youngsters and kids of this generation are nor running after pretty faces or gym bodies.

“The idea is not to diss someone. At the same time, sometimes I feel, to make a larger point about having better role models in society and children of our generation not running after numbers, pretty faces, gym bodies, and botox faces. So I mean, this is not what I want to talk about. This has specifically triggered me after I saw it at the airport, on my way back from my Kolkata gig and I feel like there’s another level of shamelessness,” she had previously told Hindustan Times. 

To note, Jacquline has been under Enforcement Directorate's scanner in connection with a money laundering case worth ₹200 crores against conman Sukesh Chandrashekhar. 

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