Adnan Sami’s hilarious take on Ripped Jeans row will remind you of similar scenario in Delhi metros


Adnan Sami

If you have not been residing beneath a rock, you will need to have seen ‘Ripped Denims Twitter’ trending on the microblogging website for some time now. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat remark on girls carrying ripped denims earlier this week began an agitating debate on social media. Whereas many are calling out his remarks, a number of others have chosen to present a unusual spin to it and current their hilarious variations. Singer-composer Adnan Sami is the most recent one to jain them. 

On Friday, he took to Twitter to share his tackle ‘Ripped Denims’ row and it’s hilarious. Adnan tweeted a photograph of a person whose stomach is exhibiting from the hole between the 2 buttons of his shirt. A scene most likely all of us have seen whereas travelling from metros or whereas consuming in a restaurant or simply strolling down the streets. Within the image shared by the singer, we will additionally see a lady seated behind the person carrying ripped denims.

“Since we’re so involved about ‘every part’ no matter whether or not it’s our enterprise or not, can we additionally present concern for RIPPED SHIRTS please?” he wrote in his tweet.

His publish gave Twitterati snicker. “That’s not ripped shirt, it’s name air-con!” a person commented on Adnan’s tweet, whereas many others dropped laughing emojis.

For the unversed, throughout his current speeches, CM Tirath Singh spoke a few feminine co-passenger on board a flight with him as soon as, who was carrying ripped denims and runs an NGO. Describing her apparel, the Chief Minister questioned what sort of “sanskar” (values) the lady goes to present carrying ripped denims and exhibiting her knees.

A number of Bollywood celebrities together with Kangana Ranaut, Urmila Matondkar, Gul Panag and Nagma have additionally tweeted over the difficulty utilizing the hashtag ‘Ripped Denims Twitter’.


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