Pakistani girl calls Priyanka Chopra 'hypocrite' for being a warmonger

Pakistani girl calls Priyanka Chopra 'hypocrite' for being a warmonger

However, the woman in question took to Twitter to tell her side of the story and claimed that Priyanka turned the narrative against her and made her look like the bad guy. A woman, who called herself Ayesha and identified as Pakistani, says it's hard to hear her talk about humanity, when she clearly feels a certain way about recent violence in her home region.

During her Beautycon Interview, Priyanka Chopra reacted to a "hypocrite" comment because of a tweet she shared about the India-Pakistan conflict back in February of 2018.

She went on to talk about how women are continuously pitted against each other.

The incident, which was widely shared online, took place during a cosmetics event on Saturday in the U.S. city of Los Angeles when audience member Ayesha Malik accused Chopra, who was appointed a United Nations goodwill ambassador in 2016, of "encouraging nuclear war against Pakistan". "Okay, cool", she said.

In her reply to Ayesha Malik at the Beautycon event, Priyanka began by saying, "Whenever you are done venting!"

Priyanka was accused by the girl for "encouraging nuclear war against Pakistan".

"Well, we all walk that middle ground".

Priyanka hasn't stepped down - she's actually being awarded with a humanitarian award later this year by the org. Don't yell. Don't embarrass yourself. I'm sorry if I've hurt sentiments, to people who do love me, and have loved me. "Thank you for your enthusiasm and your question and your voice".

Priyanka Chopra has found herself trending worldwide for the wrong reason after she clapped back someone who called her out during a Q&A in LA for "encouraging nuclear war" leading to some even "cancelling" the actress who is married to Nick Jonas.

"Both India and Pakistan were in danger".

Ayesha Malik's other tweet read - "Priyanka Chopra tweeted during a time when we were this close to sending nukes to one another".

It was at this point the organisers snatched the mic away from the woman. After her tweet, a few had started an online petition asking the United Nations to reconsider her Ambassador status.

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