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Faye DSouza Shuts Down Troll On Twitter In The Most Respectable Way Ever!

Posted: November 14, 2017

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Mirror Now’s anchor Faye DSouza shuts down troll who tries to trash talk over an important campaign of making sanitary napkins tax free. Read here!

Prime Time TV anchor and ‘pressitute’ Faye DSouza, who is famous for not letting people bully her on her own prime time show on Mirror Now, effectively shut down a troll who tried to use his bhakt logic to take away the limelight from the matter of importance.

DSouza recently tweeted about how the GST rates had been lowered on beauty products and not on sanitary napkins, in a bid of supporting the campaign that wants to make sanitary napkins tax free in India.

So naturally, trolls attacked like it is their job and started singing the same old song about how the ‘previous’ (read: Congress) taxes were more than they are currently and how she should go “do some journalism instead of Pressitutegiri”.

To which she replied in another tweet, and savagely shut down his irrelevant bullshit.

She later tweeted with what every woman wants to practically yell out at this point in time.

The dense politics that is woven by such specimens around anything important that is trying to take place in our country is what is hampering these issues from seeing the light of the day. If only they could climb out of their dingy holes and see what the more important things in life are!

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