Big B Trolled again on Twitter for sharing fake news

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan once again scrutinized social media for sharing false news by retweeting a post on Twitter. He showed India the wrong picture on the world map in A Cutweet on Sunday.


by Sabiya

Updated: Apr 08, 2020 12:54 IST

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Bachchan trolled for the third time

Last Friday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to people to turn off the lights of their homes for only 9 minutes. On Sunday at 9 pm to light candles, lamps, and mobile phone lights to show solidarity in the country's fight against the Coronavirus can go 77-year-old Bachchan shared a tweet describing how the entire country has decorated with lamps and candles for the 9pm9mints campaign.

The actor shared the post, writing the world is watching us, and we are one. Let us know that Bachchan is one of the most active and followed celebrities on social media. His plenty of followers on Twitter alone is 41.1 million. A social media user described the tweet as fake and said, #KingOfFakeNews appreciates WhatsApp forward. @TwitterIndia is requested to suspend their account and save us from daily embarrassment. Explaining that this is the third time that the actor has shared the wrong information on social media. Earlier on 23 March, Bachchan was trolled for one of his tweets, claiming that clapping and banging the plate on the day of public curfew would cause a tremor, reducing or destroying the corona virus's potency. 

Even the Press Information Bureau fractured the viral fake title and wrote, The wave caused by clapping together will not stop the coronavirus infection. Four days after this, Bachchan shared a video, citing Chinese experts, claiming that the corona virus is spread by flies, a claim that was later disproved by the Union Health Ministry. Protection Status