Priyanka Chopra exposed: Full video shows woman’s mic was snatched
A Pakistani woman exposed Priyanka Chopra when she questioned her in front of a live audience and called out the ‘Baywatch’ actress for her hypocrisy of cheering for war against Pakistan.
While Priyanka pretended to let the woman finish and then proceeded to answer, the full video shows the entire picture.
As soon as the woman started raising a voice and calling out Priyanaka, the organisers appeared and snatched the microphone away from her.
Pakistani actress Armeena Rana Khan took to Twitter and called out Priyanka for her hypocrisy, retweeting the full video.
Oh look the full picture. This is about power, she pretended to let the girl finish her question knowing full well that the mic was grabbed from her, silencing her voice. This is exactly what’s being done to the kashmiris with the media black out. #fake #hypocrite https://t.co/Dfb4Ak8gS4
— Armeena Khan (@ArmeenaRK) August 11, 2019
Priyanka Chopra was attending an event at Los Angeles when a Pakistani woman asked her a question. The whole crowd listened as the woman slammed her for ‘encouraging nuclear war with Pakistan.’
In February this year, when IAF jets intruded into Pakistani airspace and dropped their payload at Balakot, Chopra was among the Indian celebrities who hailed the IAF.
Despite being a UNICEF ambassador, Chopra cheered for war. She was called out for her hypocrisy by many Pakistanis and other people around the globe.
“As a peace ambassador, you are supporting nuclear war with Pakistan. There’s no winner in this. As a Pakistani, like millions of people I have supported you in your business,–“says the woman before her microhpone sound fades off.
“I hear you,” responds a visibly embarrassed Priyanka. “Whenever you’re done venting. Got it? Done. Okay cool,” she replies.
Priyanka said that she was friends with many people from Pakistan and that war was not something ‘I am fond of’. However, Priyanka said that she was patriotic.
“I’m sorry if I hurt sentiments of those who love me and have loved me but I feel like we all have this middle ground that we have to walk on,” she said.