Twitter Users Demand Justice For Rhea Chakraborty

Justice For Rhea Chakraborty is trending on Twitter after she gave an interview with a news channel and shared her side of the story!

Rhea Chakraborty has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons these days. She has been labeled a gold digger, a murderer and a drug dealer in the last one month. She is the prime accused in Sushant’s death case.

However, after remaining silent for a long time, Rhea came forward to confront all the allegations that have been made against her. She spoke to a leading news channel and revealed how she has been targeted and threatened by people. She rubbished all the allegations made against her and also said that she wants to end her life now.

Hashtag Justice For Rhea Chakraborty Trends Online:

Soon after her interview went on air, Hashtag Justice For Rhea Chakraborty started to trend online. Filmmaker Ram Gopal Varma also stood in her support and wrote on Twitter, “This interview is the best thing Rhea did and should continue to do non stop ..Only way to check the lies of fake media is by putting out the truth in the same speed as them Nothing is more dangerous than silence in today’s times.”

A user wrote, “Character assassinations of women with no solid proof is unacceptable.”

Another user wrote, “Sometimes what we think is not happened. It’s high time to stand for her also..Just because Rhea was his girlfriend it doesn’t mean that she is the culprit. Who are we to judge anybody’s personal life when we don’t know what actually happened.”

However, most people on the internet are calling it a paid campaign and are bashing Rhea and the news channel left right and centre.

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During her interview, Rhea said, “It is really difficult. I and my entire family is going through scrutiny. There’s a mob outside my gate. My dad, the watchmen, people in the building. What are you doing to my family? Why can’t you wait for results to come? We have faith in the system. That is why we are alive, else would have committed suicide. My father served in the army for 25 years.”