Akshay Kumar declared it was an error. The actor said he had accidentally liked the tweet about the crackdown on the students of Jamia Millia Islamia University after their protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act.
Yesterday, Akshay Kumar found himself trending on social media after he liked a tweet about the crackdown on the students of Jamia Millia Islamia University after their protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act. The star later declared it was a mistake, he don’t want to like the tweet but he had accidentally liked the tweet with the caption, “Badhai ho… Jamia me Azaadi mili hai (sic).” The social media user had posted a video of students running away from cops.
“Regarding the ‘like’ on the tweet of Jamia Millia students, he tells he was actually scrolling and accidentally it must have been pressed. He also tells when he realized it, he immediately unliked it. Akshay Kumar declared that he don’t I support such acts (sic),” the star wrote when a screenshot of the ‘liked’ post went viral.
Condemning the actor’s behavior, citizens started tweeting with the hashtag #BoycottCanadianKumar. A section of social media users criticizing the Akshay Kumar for liking the tweet that praised the attack on students. The Khiladi was trolled for his ‘like’ and even claimed that he lent his support to the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) “to get Indian citizenship.” On the other hand, his fans swung to rescue him by highlighting what he had written in his tweet — that he does not support such acts.