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Priyanka Chopra Shuts A Troller On Twitter

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Priyanka Chopra is a trolling queen and has been trolled many times too. However, she has always left her trollers speechless. She tries to stay away from all controversies and remain busy with her work but somehow gets roped into spats on Twitter every now and then. People try to bully her and indulge her into fights but she always gets the last word and shuts her haters with witty replies.


Priyanka Chopra is currently the Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF and is working in Jordan for social work, spending time with the children affected by the Syrian war. She kept her fans updated with her work in Jordan via the micro-blogging site Twitter. Her fans appreciated her efforts and kept supporting her with encouraging words. But there were some people who just could not keep their feelings of hatred to themselves. One of them tried to discourage her by asking her to focus first on the malnourished children in the rural areas of India who keep waiting for food.

Priyanka Chopra was not about to be left in a bad light by anyone. She responded curtly, telling the user that she had worked socially with UNICEF India for nearly 12 years and has visited many places where she helped many children. She further asked what had that user done and asked why is one child less important than the other. Several fans came to her support, asking her not to pay attention to her haters.

Some of them tried to further explain Priyanka’s point, replying to the user that the whole world is one and when it comes to children, boundaries of nations do not matter and every child is born to have equal importance. It was also seen that the same user who tried to troll Priyanka was conducting polls on Twitter pitting actresses against each other.

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