A disturbing Tweet reportedly sent by Govinda that caused controversy was later deleted. He’s now responded in the same way.
Due to both personal and professional reasons, Govinda frequently makes news. The actor, who previously made headlines because of a family dispute he had with his nephew Krushna Abhishek, is currently in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. According to reports, the actor responded to the recent violence in Delhi’s neighbouring Gurugram region on social media. His claimed Tweet was removed shortly after it sparked debate. Now that his account has been tracked, the actor insists that he never posted the contentious Tweet.
While reacting to Nuh violence, the actor’s alleged Tweet read, “What have we come down to? Shame on the people who call themselves Hindus and do such things. Aman aur shanti banaye. Hum democracy hai, autocracy nahi.” However, the tweet has been removed from the platform.
Now reacted to this now-deleted Tweet, Govinda has posted a video asking his fans to not attribute the Tweet to him. “Hi this is Govinda! Please do not attribute the Haryana’s tweet to me as I have not posted it, somebody has hacked by account. All the people of Haryana who are my friends and fans, I want to say that my Twitter account has been hacked by someone. I haven’t even been using Twitter for many years. My team has confirmed that they have not tweeted anything. They don’t even post anything without asking me. I will complain about this matter in cybercrime.”
He captioned the video, “Just got a call from @mumbaigirl14 about a Tweet. I would like say that my Twitter account has been Hacked so please do not attribute the Haryana tweet to me.I have not posted it.”
For the uninitiated, Nuh Violence started when a mob attempted to block the Vishva Hindu Parishad march and threw rocks at them while torching their vehicles.