People are NOT happy with Katy Perry. Much like Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel did recently.
Katy Perry has been criticised by Indian fans after posting a picture of the Hindu goddess Kali on Instagram.
While the image, which the 32-year-old pop star captioned "current mood", has been liked over 250,000 times, many angry social media users are also criticizing the post for being "offensive" towards the Divine Mother and the Hindu religion. "You can't compare yourself with The Great Goddess KALI MAA", one user responded.
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A third commented: 'Are you serious? "U should try to teach other morons who r being insolent on this pic.Katy dint disrespect our goddess but definitely others (sic)", wrote Isha Gupta.
"How ridiculous this? You don't have permission to upload a picture of our goddess on this f****** social media and embarrassing our culture", wrote one fan.
Fragile sentiments continue to get offended and hate comments still pour in.
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Despite saying she didn't belong to a particular faith, Perry married her first husband, comedian Russell Brand, in a private Hindu ceremony in India in 2010. It took place in the north Indian state of Rajasthan.
She told Marie Claire in an interview in 2013: 'I'm not Buddhist, I'm not Hindu, I'm not Christian, but I still feel like I have a deep connection with God. Though she may have past ties to the religion, her latest post left an gross impression to most of her 63.5 million Instagram followers.
Guess we'll have to wait and watch!
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