Sona Mahapatra Slammed Kanika Kapoor For Her Negligence Over Coronavirus

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Bollywood singer Kanika Kapoor, who has been tested positive for the Coronavirus, has come under the scanner after reports of her skipping the coronavirus screening at the airport emerged out on the internet. People on the internet are calling out on the actress for her negligence and for her ‘irresponsible’ behavior by which she has put the lives of many in danger.



Bollywood singer Sona Mahapatra, who is one of the most vocal celebrities of Bollywood took to her social media and shared a piece of news and revealed how she has zero expectations that the coronavirus will be able to stop because ‘irresponsible idiots’ will lead to the explosion of coronavirus. She wrote:

The Coronavirus will explode because India is full of irresponsible idiots who ask everything from the government but do nothing in return.”

Here, check out the Tweet:

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Giving an example of Kanika Kapoor, Sona Mahapatra lashed out on Kanika Kapoor for hiding her travel history after landing in India. She wrote:

“Case in point, #KanikaKapoor hid her travel history after landing in #India (goddess knows how),attended events in Lucknow,Mumbai,went partying while staying in a 5 Glowing star& has the virus!So all of U giving me gyan about how ‘simplistic’ PM’s speech was,was it really?#WeThePeople,”

Here, check out the Tweet of Sona Mahapatra:

Sona Mahapatra also lashed out on politicians who are busy attending events despite Prime Minister Modi’s advice of staying indoors. Slamming the ‘netas’, Sona wrote:

“And of course the netas & leaders who talk about ‘social distancing’ being the only way to combat the #coronavirus but themselves attending ‘parties’. Dushyant Singh,M.P & U.P health minister were with #KanikaKapoor ! Karnataka CM attended a wedding with another 2000 attending,”

Here, check out her Tweet:

Talking about Kanika Kapoor, the singer announced about her Coronavirus herself by taking to her social media. Kanika Kapoor is currently admitted into the King George’s Medical University (KGMU) hospital in Lucknow.