Social media has given us so many positives like talented people are finally getting platforms and new careers have opened up but as it along with these it has made our generation impatient and too much interested in the lives of people who we don’t even know. Sitting behind the screen and spreading hate by trolling someone has become an art and most people do that to get some attention.
A similar incident happened recently when someone trolled Ananya Birla, the daughter of Kumar Mangalam Birla. India today took her interview in which she was shown playing football and was called multi-talented.
It’s a football showdown between @ananya_birla & @rahulkanwal this weekend on #JabWeMet. Ananya is also a UK club level footballer and has given a whole new meaning to the word multi-talented. Watch the special episode tonight at 9:30 only on India Today TV. pic.twitter.com/ihKWOaqGEu
— India Today (@IndiaToday) March 9, 2019
This made Gurpreet Gill to sarcastically comment, “Reporter reporting millionaire’s daughter” on the tweet.
Reporter reporting on millionaires daughter
— GurpreetSgill (@gurpreetgill) March 10, 2019
You would be saying things like these do happen but what came as a surprise was Ananya’s savage reply to the troll. She wrote
So? I’m human too. We achieve things on our own esteem too and we must share that. And just btw, my dad is a billionaire not a millionaire. Sorry, not sorry.
So? I’m human too 😂 we achieve things on our own esteem too and we must share that. And just btw, my dad is a billionaire not a millionaire. 😉🤓 sorry not sorry ✌🏽 https://t.co/YtX4YM05Rm
— Ananya Birla (@ananya_birla) March 10, 2019
Seeing all this, users on Twitter started to praise Ananya for doing this. Here are some responses:
More power to you … Girl 👍👍 keep chasing your dreams …reach for the stars …you are an inspiration !!
— Wg Cdr Gitika (R) (@gitika9) March 10, 2019
Ha ha this one is too funny. Kudos Ananya. Also tell Mr. Gill about your all-rounded abilities. Art and finance (even better microfinance)
— Aniket Sapre (ASAP) (@aniketsapre) March 10, 2019
Well said Ananya ; Your straightforward reply has completely nailed it
— Ashutosh Talwatkar (@ATalwatkar) March 10, 2019
Excellent response. As if someone born with benefits can’t get respect for their own achievements. And nice humble brag as a cherry on top too 🤣 Power On.
— Satyen V Kothari (@saty_77) March 10, 2019
A lot of people tend to believe that the life of these billionaire kids is easy and sometimes we forget that a person is more than their last name. Yes, they have more resources that many of us but talent is something that doesn’t come with resources Ananya made sure people get that message.