Twitter suspends singer Abhijeet Bhattacharya's account after offensive tweets

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There is no denying the fact that Abhijeet Bhattacharya has one of the filthiest mouths in Bollywood and he doesn't even hesitate in saying the most inappropriate things on his Twitter account.

Of coarse you can have a difference of opinions with other people, but since we happen to live in a civil society, we can always counter people with our perceptions without dragging any nasty remarks into it.

Bhattacharya, apparantely doesn't believe in that - since the 'once popular' playback singer of Hindi movies, has been associated with a string of controversies due to his sexist, racist, transphobic, abusive and violent-inciting tweets on his social media account.

So when on May 22, the singer spitted some venom from his potty-mouth again and said the most inappropriate things possible to some women on Twitter, including a JNU student named Shehla Rashid, Twitter users promptly lodged several complaints against him with the website which finally led to his account getting suspended.

Abhijeet had Tweeted about the JNU student, “There is rumour she took money for two hours and didn’t satisfy the client... big racket.”

The singer crossed the line again while adressing another woman on his Tweet as he wrote, “You Ms Pak. Tell me your cage no? Will reach there... Will do the favourite pose.”

Bhattacharya's account was soon suspeneded following complaints recieved from several Twitter users. It is not yet clear yet, whether the suspension will be temporary or permanent.

Rashid thanked everyone on her Tweet while confirming the suspension of Abhijeet's account, “Sincere thanks to everyone for the support. Abhijeet had to delete his tweet. His Twitter account has also been suspended,” she wrote.


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