Rhea Chakraborty's 2009 tweet on narcotics trafficking goes viral post arrest; fan writes, 'What a prophecy'

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Rhea’s 2009 tweet on ‘narcotic trafficking’ goes viral& 

Things took a drastic flip within the Sushant Singh Rajput dying case investigation after his father, KK Singh, filed an FIR towards girlfriend Rhea Chakraborty for abetment of suicide, dishonest, and theft. The Supreme Court gave a go-ahead for the case to be taken over by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). As revelations have been made, federal businesses, Narcotics Contol Bureau, and Enforcement Directorate are additionally conducting their investigations concurrently. 

After three days of investigation, Rhea has been arrested by the NCB and brought to the Byculla Jail today. While netizens proceed to be divided over her arrest and 14 days of judicial custody, an outdated Tweet shared by the Jalebi actress in 2009 has gone viral on social media. 

In the Tweet, Rhea had written, “just stepped out of a weird scary engrossing story of an indian girl ….who served 4 n a half year jail sentence for narcotic trafikking,,”

Check out the post right here: 

The Tweet has been going viral and followers have solely been questioning ‘what sort of sorcery is that this?’ A social media person went on to put in writing, “What a prophecy! Rhea is India’s answer to @JofraArcher.”


Since yesterday, quite a few Bollywood celebrities have been popping out to assist Rhea and towards the “witch hunt” towards her. Bollywood stars together with Vidya Balan, Sonam Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Anurag Kashyap, Dia Mirza, Shweta Bachchan amongst others took to their social media handles to share a quote that was printed on Rhea’s t-shirt yesterday. It learn, “Roses A Red, Violets Are Blue, Lets Smash Patriarchy, Me and You.”

Rhea’s father additionally took to Twitter to share an replace on her bail plea. Writing that the plea shall be heard on Thursday, he additional stated it’s insufferable for a father to see his daughter be a sufferer on injustice. 

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