Bigg Boss 14: Rahul Vaidya’s old tweets surfaces, netizens accuse him of supporting nepotism

As Rahul Vaidya shoutout tweets at Karan Johar resurface, BB14 followers question his hatred for nepotism.


As we all know, Rahul Vaidya is as frank, crude, and honest as he gets. Recently, the #WeSupportRahulVaidya trend on Twitter had fans supporting his hatred for nepotism. But how strong is his hatred for nepotism? Well, triggered followers of the reality TV show, Bigg Boss 14, wanted to find out and dug up on old tweets that could make you think twice about his convictions.

Recently on the show, Rahul nominated Jaan Kumar Sanu for elimination with, what was according to him, a solid reason. Nepotism. Rahul thinks that Jaan’s appearance at the show can only be attributed to the ties he has with his father, Kumar Sanu. His inmates lashed out at him, saying that bringing up nepotism during nominations were unnecessary.

While followers of the show do agree that Shehzad Deol would have been a more active participant over Jaan, they also agree that Rahul has taken his claims against Jaan very lightly. Recently, netizens traced old tweets dating back to 2010 and 2013 where Rahul tagged the film producer Karan Johar, praising him for his movies. One of the tweets read, “The Kargil Girl, which starred Sridevi and Boney Kapoor’s daughter Janhvi Kapoor in the pivotal role.” Despite his persistent shoutouts at the producer, Rahul never received any response. Netizens are not happy about Rahul’s crude remarks on the show. Maybe he ought to think twice before making bold claims?

During the nomination rounds, Rubina Dilaik, Nishant Singh Malkani, Jaan Kumar Sanu, and a few other participants nominated Rahul for elimination. He has kept to himself since the show started and has been disagreeable with most participants. Last week after the farmland task, he had a heated argument with Jasmin Bhasin. He also engaged in a nasty spat with Pavitra Punia.

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