It happens to the best of us. A series of bad days and next you know, you are on social media abusing people left, right and centre.
Don’t believe us? Ask comedian Kapil Sharma , who just had a bad Twitter day.
Or did he?
The stand-up comedian used choicest of abuses against the media and engaged in Twitter fights with people who questioned his posts.
While some tweets were in reference to Salman Khan’s sentencing in the blackbuck case, others were on his source of income .
Soon, a clarification claiming that his account was hacked.
“Hi all please ignore the previous offensive tweets as my account was hacked. Apologies for the inconvenience caused. Love and regards to all,” he tweeted.
What led to more confusion is that Sharma deleted this tweet as well.
Hacked or not, Twitter was in no mood to spare Sharma.
Kapil Sharma first abused media
Then deleted tweet
Then abused people
Then deleted tweet
Then claimed his account got hacked, asked for forgiveness
Then deleted that account got hacked walla tweet too.
— CHINKARA’s WARRIOR (@SRKsWarrior1__) April 6, 2018
.@KapilSharmaK9 kyu jhut bol rha hai…duniya ko bewkoop bnana band kar…your accnt was not hacked..it was you who was tweeting that abusive stuff…
— B.A.B.Y. (@udaasKrishna) April 6, 2018
— PhD in Bakchodi (@Atheist_Krishna) April 6, 2018
It’s very easy to say my account has been hacked after tweeting nonsense by celebrities or politicians, They generally use these tactics to blame others
99.99% account has been hacked, but why are not they used a well secured password or security key
Kapil Sharma @KapilSharmaK9 pic.twitter.com/nTthcqzNiD
— Sunny ___ (@i_Sunny92) April 6, 2018
The 37-year-old actor recently returned on television with a new show titled, Family Time With Kapil Sharma. However, it failed to generate TRPs and it has been reported that the showrunners are contemplating to pull the plug on the show. Since his fallout with fellow comedian Sunil Grover, Sharma has mostly been in news for wrong reasons.