Priyanka Chopra hits back at a girl who called her a hypocrite

Priyanka Chopra

Priyanka Chopra landed in hot water over the weekend at BeautyCon LA for her response to a fan calling her a hypocrite for her pro-India stance on the ongoing conflict with Pakistan.

A day after Bollywood star Priyanka Chopra was lauded for maintaining her composure after a Pakistani woman named Ayesha Malik accused the Bollywood star of "encouraging nuclear war against Pakistan", Ayesha has shared her side of the story over a series of tweets. After the video went viral, the girl names Ayesha Malik has now come out on social media and tweeted further on the incident.

Actress Priyanka Chopra is doing more than saying women need to stop catfighting and band together in sisterhood. "You are a UNICEF ambassador for peace and you are encouraging nuclear war against Pakistan".

While their birthday or vacation pictures are all the rage, Priyanka Chopra recently revealed how husband Nick Jonas loves all of her looks.

The woman who took to the microphone accused the actress of being a hypocrite as a United Nations ambassador and humanitarian for picking "sides" during serious tension between India and Pakistan, but the actress was less than receptive to what she had to say.

- Ayesha Malik (@Spishaa) August 11, 2019 " Whenever you're don't venting".

"Well, we all walk that middle ground".

Priyanka's response has raised some eyebrows, as she asks if the woman is done venting. and then chastised her for yelling. Just like you probably do as well.

Priyanka Chopra tweeted during a time when we were this close to sending nukes to one another.

To let you know, after a dastardly Pulwama attack by Pakistan on Indian CRPF convoy in which more than 50 Jawans martyred, India did an airstrike on Pakistan. The way that you came at me right now.

"War is not something that I am really fond of but I am patriotic". She said that both countries were in danger because of the war, adding that the conversation reminded her of the time when she was unable to reach her family due to blackouts. "We're all here for love".



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