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Netizens Fume As Rihanna Shares Topless Picture Wearing Ganesha Necklace

Have a look at how the internet reacted to Rihanna's latest upload on Twitter

Netizens Fume As Rihanna Shares Topless Picture Wearing Ganesha Necklace
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Netizens Fume As Rihanna Shares Topless Picture Wearing Ganesha Necklace
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2021-02-16T19:23:42+05:30

 

Days after facing a backlash by many for her tweet about the ongoing farmers' protests, pop icon Rihanna has stirred another controversy after sharing a topless picture wearing a Lord Ganesha pendant.

The picture has been shared by the actor on her Twitter account and is being criticised by many people, including BJP leader Ram Kadam. Netizens are accusing the pop icon of hurting Hindu sentiments and insulting Hindu gods.

Reacting to the pop singer’s post BJP leader Ram Kadam accused Rihanna of “mocking” Hindu gods.

Many other Twitterattis also expressed shock.

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