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Rihanna goes topless wearing Ganesha pendant, gets slammed by netizens

Rihanna who fell into the pool of controversy for supporting farmers protest in India has once again sparked massive outrage on social media.

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Rihanna goes topless wearing Ganesha pendant, gets slammed by netizens

International pop star, Rihanna who fell into the pool of controversy for supporting farmers protest in India has once again sparked massive outrage on social media.

What did Rihanna post?

On February 16, the singer posted a topless picture and just wore lavender coloured satin shorts. She also donned a statement Ganesha necklace. Indians on social media slammed Rihanna for the same.

Besides the controversial pendant, she wore other accessories such as diamond bracelets, neckpieces, and statement earrings.

Her tweet soon went viral on the internet and people have been accusing her of hurting religious sentiments.

“This exposes how Rihanna has no idea or respect for Indian culture, tradition and our issues here. Hopefully, at least now Rahul Gandhi and other Congress leaders will stop taking help from her in maligning India’s image. Will they criticise her or the hunger for power is bigger than beloved Lord Ganpati?” the BJP leader Ram Kadam tweeted.

Several social media users also slammed Rihanna for the same.

One user wrote, “Super offensive wearing Ganesha like that. My first god, a holy sentiment to millions of people celebrating Ganesh Chaturthi every year. Sorry RiRi, you disappointed me and others.”

Another user wrote, “@Twitter @TwitterIndia suspend Rihana’s account. It’s hurting my religious feelings… she don’t have any right to abuse my god Lord Ganesha. She is clearly working against India and it’s Hindu culture.

For unversed, this is not the first time Rihanna has been accused of hurting religious sentiments. Back in 2013, Rihanna did a photoshoot at Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque Centre in Abu Dhabi.

However, she was asked to leave after she clicked a few ‘inappropriate photos’.

A statement issued by the Grand Mosque Centre read as “She was confronted by the mosque officials and directed to the appropriate entrance to the mosque, to carry out a visit under the normal conditions.”

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