A lot of Fake Profiles Out There On My Name Giving Opinions on Bigg Boss! Please know they are all fake and if I have to say something I will but not following the show this season and I'm not supporting or condemning anyone!— Juhi Parmar (@iamjuhiparmar) January 29, 2020
.#BiggBoss #BB13 #BiggBoss13 @BiggBoss
The ongoing Bigg Boss 13 has got a lot of people, including celebrities, hooked to all the drama, controversies and friendships. Well, the list also includes certain Ex-Bigg Boss contestants and winners like Kamya Panjabi, Gautam Gulati, Prince Narula, Vindu Dara Singh and Kishwar Merchant among others. Well, Bigg Boss 5 winner Juhi Parmar, too, was in the news for sharing her opinions on the show and its housemates. But, guess what? Turns out all of it was fake!
Taking to her original Twitter account, the actress herself has asked fans of not believing all the fake profiles that comment on Bigg Boss 13. Further, Juhi revealed that she isn’t following this season and denies supporting or condemning anyone. “A lot of Fake Profiles Out There On My Name Giving Opinions on Bigg Boss! Please know they are all fake and if I have to say something I will but not following the show this season and I'm not supporting or condemning anyone! #BiggBoss #BB13 #BiggBoss13 @BiggBoss,” read Juhi’s tweet. (ALSO READ - Bigg Boss 13: This Old Video Of Sidharth Shukla Getting ARRESTED By Mumbai Police For Rash Driving Is Going VIRAL)
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In response to her tweet, fans were quick to heave a sigh of relief and thank the actress for clarifying since there were a lot of fake profiles, creating hatred and confusion. A lot of netizens asked Juhi to watch the show, as they find it interesting. A user wrote, “Thank you, mam, for coming up. I hope now people will know about those fake ids,” while another added, “Why are you not following the show. It's the best season ever.”
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