After being trolled for 'plagiarism', Urvashi Rautela's spokesperson points assertion on viral Parasite post

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Urvashi’s spokesperson offers clarification on her viral Parasite post& 

Key Highlights

  • Urvashi Rautela shared a post on Oscar-winning film Parasite on March 31
  • Netizens had been fast to seek out out that the post was ‘plagiarised’ and accused her for not giving credit to the unique author
  • The actress’ spokesperson has issued an official assertion on the identical

Netizens have referred to as out Urvashi Rautela a number of occasions for plagiarising social media content material. And because the month of April started, the actress discovered herself amid a plagiarism row for her post on the Oscar-winning movie, Parasite. On Wednesday, a post was made on her Twitter account. With minutes, netizens began calling out the actress for copying content material from a assessment posted by a New York-based writer, John Paul Brammer. A collage of each the tweets began circulating on-line and Brammer himself talked in regards to the plagiarised tweet.

To give clarification on the identical, Urvashi’s spokesperson has come ahead. In an official assertion, he mentioned that the tweet was not made by the actress, it was made by her social media crew.

Urvashi’s spokesperson, in an official assertion, mentioned, “As Urvashi Rautela’s spokesperson, I would like to make it clear that the tweet regarding the film Parasite was not done by Urvashi Rautela, it was done by her social media team, and Urvashi was completely unaware of it, and after we came across it, we took the necessary steps. Apology for the inconvenience.”

For these unaware, Urvashi’s tweet on Parasite learn, “One thing I really love about @ParasiteMovie is that rather than depict the fam as scammers pretending to be good at their jobs, they actually do their jobs flawlessly! what they lack isn’t skill, but institutional stamps of approval & the bows and ribbons that rich people love.”

Brammer made two tweets about the identical. His first tweet learn, “I’m rooting for her.” In the second tweet, he wrote, “Why didn’t she at least correct the grammar” um my bad grammar?? is part of the vibe??? Wow.”

Later, she deleted the tweet in query.

Earlier, Urvashi was trolled for plagiarising Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tweet on Shabana Azmi. 

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