“Somehow a woman has to apologize for her choices in life, clarify for other people’s assumptions. It’ll be nice if people took her advise. Time and again do men and women on social media find ways to slut shame a woman. Across India. Across the world, actually. In my case, I have seen several people who no point to make bring up one particular incident from March 2017 and use that to slut shame. It is different that what could be best described as professional vendetta is used against those who went through the trauma – time and again (sic),” posted Chinmayi.
But the singer had to bear the brunt of angry Pawan fans who began abusing her. But she gave it back to them wisely. “If you disagree with my viewpoint speak up with dignity and I shall stand corrected. Shame me and I couldn’t care less :) (Sic),” she wrote.
In fact, in the midst of it all, Chinmayi’s husband and Rahul Ravindran chipped in “Whoa! Relax people! For those trolling Chin, she has always been a huge admirer of sir for his honesty and how he wants to make a difference to society. Trust me; none of her statements were intended to say anything about sir. He was not even a part of the equation. Why would she say anything hurtful about a man she respects. And for those ‘abusing’ her… go get a life. If you want a clarification…ask. Abusing is not okay. Sir is a thorough gentleman. I try to be like him. You should try it too. Love, peace and chill. Over and out (sic).”