Sona Mohapatra reveals netizens are doubting her MeToo claims, getting trolled for her new music video

Singer Sona Mohapatra, who is famous for singing Bedardi Raja from the film 'Delly-Belly', is very much liked by the people. Sona is known for her superior style. She is famous for her impunity. Recently she came in the headlines with the 'Me Too' movement. Nowadays, due to some reason, gold stays in the news. These days Sona Mohapatra has faced trolls regarding her recent release music video 'Heere Heere' and due to this, she made a tweet. Earlier, Sona had shared her new music video from her Twitter handle.

Since then people started talking about 'MeToo' and trolling her fiercely. Seeing Sona's song, people said that they did not trust Sona's 'MeeToo' allegations. Many people also made lewd comments on Sona's clothes. She has responded to everyone in this sequence. Sona recently tweeted an excerpt of his music video, writing, "People are not believing my 'MeeToo' allegations because of my clothes. They think I wear a 'vulgar' dress, because of which my allegations are baseless. I am a woman who likes to misbehave men ”.

Sona has also shared screenshots of comments made by trollers in her second tweet. In the caption, she writes, 'While I mostly delete or block such comments, here are some that just came in & I took screenshots of. The chaps don’t even make sense in the way they write? Due to these tweets, Sona has become famous in the discussions.

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