Farmers protest: Know why Mia Khalifa, Sunny Leone, Johnny Sins are trending on Twitter

Mia Khalia, Johhny Sins and Sunny Leone become top trends on Twitter amidst Farmers protest in India
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Farmers’ protest in India took a global twist as popstar Rihanna showed her support to the protesting farmers. After Rihanna and Greta Thunberg tweeted in support of Indian farmers, Mia Khalifa, Sunny Leone and Johnny Sins became top trends on Twitter.

Mia Khalifa, Johnny Sins trend on Twitter

Instantly after Rihanna’s tweet for agitating farmers went viral, Mia Khalifa took to Twitter and showed her support. Former adult film star, Mia Khalifa shared a picture from the protests.

In the post, she expressed shock over the sequence of events in Delhi. Soon after Mia Khalifa’s tweet, she started trending on Twitter.

Mia Khalifa is former adult film star who was once ranked the number 1 on Porn Hub. Similarly, Johhny Sins and Sunny Leone were also associated with the adult film industry.

What did Mia Khalifa share?

Taking to her Twitter handle, Mia wrote “What in the human rights violations is going on?! They cut the internet around New Delhi?! #FarmersProtest”.

She also shared a picture from the protests wherein a man was seen holding a placard that said, “Stop killing farmers!”

See Mia Khalifa’s tweet here:

In another tweet, Mia wrote, “”Paid actors,” huh? Quite the casting director, I hope they’re not overlooked during awards season. I stand with the farmers.”

What did Rihanna and Greta Thunberg tweet about farmers’ protest?

Prior to Mia, global icon Rihanna and environment activist Greta Thungberg extended their support towards the ongoing protests in India.

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“Why aren’t we talking about this?! #FarmersProtest,” Rihanna said in a tweet that has now gone viral with over two lakh retweets.

Meanwhile, Greta Thunberg said, “We stand in solidarity with the #FarmersProtest in India.”

See the tweets here:

Farmers from Punjab, Haryana and western Uttar Pradesh have been camping on Delhi’s borders for over two months demanding the repeal of Centre’s three new farm laws. On Republic Day, a group of protesters deviated from the route of the farmers’ Tractor Parade and attacked Delhi Police personnel in ITO before storming the Red Fort.

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