After Twitter disabled her account due to offensive remarks on the post-election violence in Bengal, Kangana Ranaut has regained her account
After nearly two years, Kangana Ranaut is back on Twitter after Twitter banned her account due to inappropriate tweets. She greeted the netizens last evening with her tweet, “Hello everyone, it’s nice to be back here.” However, her Twitter account does not have a blue tick yet.
In May 2021, Kangana’s account got banned due to some of her tweets that were linked to the violence in Bengal following the election. It caused a lot of controversies and became the reason for her ban.
Kangana Ranaut violated Twitter policy, mainly through “hateful conduct and abusive behavior” with her tweets. Thus, on Twitter, Kangana often shared offensive and unfiltered messages, many of which served as aggressive calls to action.
The actor tweeted behind-the-scenes footage of her next movie, “Emergency,” which is based on former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, after regaining account access.
Therefore, following Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter from former CEO Jack Dorsey, Kangana Ranaut joins a select group of individuals whose previously suspended accounts the social media platform has regained.
Not only Kangana, In November of last year, Twitter also reactivated the infamous account of former US President Donald Trump. Early in 2021, the Twitter platform disabled his account because he participated in a coup attempt against the US Capitol by his followers.