Rihanna, Greta Thunberg lend voices to farmers protest in India

Rihanna, Greta Thunberg lend voices to farmers protest in India

- US singer, Rihanna, has used her Twitter platform to raise awareness about the farmers protest in India

- Similarly, climate and environmental activist, Greta Thunberg, also used her online platform to draw attention to what is currently going on in India

- However, the contributions from the two foreigners sparked mixed reactions on social media

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International music star, Rihanna, has joined a few others who have used their large social media following to amplify the voices of protesting farmers in India.

The musician in a post shared with her 101 million Twitter followers on Tuesday, February 2, posed a question as to why adequate attention is not being given to what is going on in India.

The Diamond crooner wrote:

"Why aren’t we talking about this?"

Rihanna also made sure to use the #FarmersProtest tag while tweeting on her page. In addition, the pop star shared a link to a CNN report which details the ongoing events in India.

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Rihanna, Greta Thunberg
Singer Rihanna and activist Greta Thunberg speak on farmers protest in India. Photo: @badgalriri/@gretathunberg
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In the same vein, climate and environmental activist, Greta Thunberg, also told her 4.7 million Twitter followers that she supports the protesting Indian farmers.

She tweeted:

"We stand in solidarity with the #FarmersProtest in India."

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However, the intervention by the two foreigners sparked mixed reactions from members of the online community.

Responding to Rihanna’s tweet, ex-Indian cricketer, Pragyan Ojha, wrote:

"My country is proud of our farmers and knows how important they are, I trust it will be addressed soon. We don’t need an outsider poking her nose in our internal matters!"

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Also tweeting back at the US singer, Indian actor Gajendra Chauhan wrote:

"Mind your own business. This is my country. Don't dare to our internal matter."

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Also responding to Thunberg’s tweet, Indian author, Rupin Sharma tweeted:

In a different story about Rihanna, Legit.ng previously reported that the singer made a fan's entire festive season when she surprised him by being at a petrol station.

Rihanna went home to Barbados for the holidays and shocked a fan when he bumped into her. The fan posted a video of the encounter online and said that the encounter had made his Christmas come early.

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