Bhakth Claimed That He damaged His Hyundai Car To Protest Against The Company !! Got Brutally Trolled
A twitter user named Shaibal uploaded a post in his handle claiming that he broke his Hyundai car to protest against the company regarding the recent controversy and got brutally trolled by the users of the micro blogging social media site. Uploading his picture, the individual asked others to upload the pictures of their damaged Hyundai which became a subject to severe online troll.
A couple of days ago, after the solidarity messages shared by the Hyundai company’s dealer in Pakistan on social media over Kashmir, a hashtag saying “Boycott Hyundai” trended in the micro blogging social media site. Reacting to the outrage, the company’s India unit shared a statement, highlighting its “zero tolerance policy towards insensitive communication”
On 5th of February, Hyundai Pakistan’s social media handles shared posts in solidarity with the “Kashmiri brothers” in their “struggle for freedom”. It is notable that Pakistan observes February 5 as “Kashmir Solidarity Day” to show its support for the separatist movement in Pakistan.
Though the posts were removed later, hashtag “Boycott Hyundai” trended nationwide in India with many calling out the company for its social media posts on “Kashmir Solidarity Day”.
Reacting to such comments tha surfaced under the negative hashtags, Hyundai India came up with a press release, saying “Hyundai Motor India has been committed to the Indian market for more than 25 years now and we stand firmly for our strong ethos of respecting nationalism. The unsolicited social media post linking Hyundai Motor India is offending our unparalleled commitment and service to this great country” in their post.
“India is second home to the Hyundai brand and we have zero tolerance policy towards insensitive communication and we strongly condemn any such view. As part of our commitment to India, we will continue our efforts towards the betterment of the country as well as its citizens” the post further read.
However, the post didn’t go well with many of the Indian online users as the hashtag against Hyundai continued to trend in Twitter. On Wednesday, a twitter user came up with a tweet uploading a picture of himself showing the damage of his Hyundai car. “Damaged my Hyundai car in protest. Won’t let anti national companies run here. Lets make this a trend. Join me and post your photo of damaged Hyundai car” he captioned his post by adding the hashtag “Boycott Hyundai”
Check out his post below :
Damaged my Hyundai car in protest. Won’t let anti national companies run here. Lets make this a trend. Join me and post your photo of damaged Hyundai car#BoycottHyundai pic.twitter.com/lBqtxXitEI
— Shaibal (he/him) (@Shaibal89) February 9, 2022
The online user got hilariously trolled for his tweet by his fellow users. “Burn it and Post the video bro” a user said whereas another one came up with a commen writing “On my way to buy a Hyundai car right now so that I can join this protest”
Check out some of the reactions below :
Damaged Hyundai Creta car in protest. Won’t let anti national companies run here. Lets make this a trend. Join me and post your photo of damaged hyundai car.
Also this car was parked near my house i don’t know who’s the owner.#BoycottHyundaiindia pic.twitter.com/HGIT00MXcU
— Faheem (@iamfahu) February 9, 2022
Burn it and Post the video bro ♥️
— Bunty 🇮🇳🚩 (@Bunty2134) February 10, 2022
Now Hyundai has the money you paid for your car. And the money you’ll pay for service soon.
Who won here? https://t.co/W18eDuSBAS
— Akash Hebbar🌟🌟 (@akashhebbarcfc8) February 10, 2022
The idiot’s driving license to be checked.. Some where he scratched the car in the traffic and now trying to score as Nationalism.. Ass hole. https://t.co/6jXMZRvIL2
— NSC Bose (@NSCBose9) February 10, 2022
I support this movement. Every bhakt who owns a Hyundai should burn it and post video. ✊🏽#BoycottHyundai https://t.co/XMTUMxy6QU
— 🇵🇸Freeze Peach Auntyllectual ✊🏽 (@cereal_twit) February 10, 2022
So how long would it take for him to realise that what he did is utter stupidity ? My answer is NEVER. 😌😌😌 https://t.co/qIFyxqa7MB
— мєєяα ™ (@Qmeera_) February 10, 2022
How to tell the world you are a chutiya without telling you are a chutiya 👇👇 https://t.co/QmGnVMrK3q
— Guddi (@i_turiyaa) February 10, 2022
I don’t have Hyundai car so I damaged my neighbor’s Hyundai car for my country.
Jai Hind 🥺 🇮🇳 #proudtobeindian https://t.co/qN1t569w1I
— Ankit 🙃 (@Ankit_ash1) February 10, 2022
Yo, can i bring my baseball Bat and do some art work on this Anti-National car. https://t.co/XqUbkPB0li
— BP Singh Tiwana🚜⚔️ (@warisnalwada) February 10, 2022
Damaged Hyundai car while drunk driving. Won’t let anti national companies run here 💪 But sadly I don’t know who the owner was even now https://t.co/vEC69HshxM
— Kousik 🧋 (@the__kousik) February 10, 2022
Burn it if you have the balls, these kind of scratches you get while parking. https://t.co/PLf6pXyaxm
— Second Class Citizen (@bgradecitizen) February 10, 2022
????? How hard is it to understand that once you’ve purchased a product, you can absolutely destroy it and the only person losing anything out of it will be you??? https://t.co/r7OGDfCdHj
— Hitesh Garg (@hitesh_garg18) February 10, 2022