Sona Mohapatra On TikTok Promoting Violence Against Women: “We Grew Up With Stories Of Salman Khan Breaking Bottles on His Girlfriend's Head”
Sona Mohapatra On TikTok Promoting Violence Against Women: “We Grew Up With Stories Of Salman Khan Breaking Bottles on His Girlfriend’s Head”

Popular Chinese application TikTok has grabbed the limelight but not for all the good reasons. Singer Sona Mohapatra has now spoken on the debate about violence against women being promoted on the app. Sona also took a dig on Salman Khan while talking about the same. below is what she has to say.

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Sona Mohapatra’s reaction came after a TikTok user Faisal Siddiqui posted a rather disturbing video as his content. For the ones unaware, Faisal is Amir Siddiqui’s brother. Amir is the same TikTok celeb who was roasted by YouTuber CarryMinati.

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In the video, Faisal Siddiqui can be seen taking revenge from a girl who rejected his proposal. He can be seen throwing a liquid on her face in it. The video did not go well with many who claimed it promotes acid violence. But there were also a few who stood by the TikTok user’s side.

One such tweet claimed that the video was edited. Replying to the same Sona Mohapatra expressed the fact that we have grown up watching Salman Khan break bottles on his girlfriend’s head. All of this happened without anybody questioning it, rather made him the biggest star.

Sona Mohapatra wrote, “Dear @aaliznat , nothing before & after the ‘spliced’ video u were defending of this guy cd justify it. Demeaning women is normalised in our culture. We grew up with stories of SalmanKhan, breaking bottles on his girlfriends head in public, yet the country’s biggest star? Needs to stop.”

Sona Mohapatra has time and again taken digs at the star. When his comment on Priyanka Chopra Jonas not doing Bharat went viral, Sona called his a ‘poster child of toxic masculinity’. Meanwhile, she had also recently said that she is happy that she never joined TikTok.

Sona Mohapatra wrote, “So relieved I could never be persuaded to get on to this low life platform & even in Covid19 times where there was a paid branded opportunity, said no. Music labels scout for #TikTok stars to lip sync our songs to get better ‘reach’”.

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