Hina Khan SUPPORTS Benafsha over her RAMP WALK; Gives it back to HATERS in style
Most of the social media users didn’t like Benafsha’s ramp walk and commented like, “Overconfidence” “Looks like a moneky is hopping on the ramp” “the most crazy stupid n disgusting ramp walk...i hv ever seen.. lol” “Overacting ki dukan”. These are just few of them!
After realising this kind of hatred for Benafsha’s walk, guess who came to her rescue? TV actress and Bigg Boss 11 finalist Hina Khan!
Yes! It sounds a bit strange but Hina came out in support of Benafsha and gave it back to haters.
She wrote on Twitter, “I want to see YOU walking the ramp once.. let’s see how good will your walk be.. what if it’s her debut..or what if she’s super excited.. why why calling names why spreading negativity.. why #disappointed it’s not always necessary to react the same way someone reacted #peaceout.”
Check out this tweet:
I want to see YOU walking the ramp once.. let’s see how good will your walk be.. what if it’s her debut..or what if she’s super excited.. why why calling names why spreading negativity.. why #disappointed it’s not always necessary to react the same way someone reacted #peaceout https://t.co/xJJDKQFbbH
— HINA KHAN (@eyehinakhan) April 2, 2018
Hina and Benafsha were very good friend inside the Bigg Bos house however, things soured when Benafsha came out of the house and gave an earful to Hina for her bossy behaviour in the show.
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