On Tuesday (April 30), a video of a woman went heavily viral where she was shaming women for their choice of clothes and said that they were 'inviting rape'.
This is aunty.— Gazal kaur (@deep_gazal) May 1, 2019
Aunty wants women in short dresses to be raped by men.
Aunty is the prime example of whats wrong with society.
Dont be like aunty.
@sunkissedshitzu sister we are with you.#auntyjiapologise pic.twitter.com/ubEU5rbJ5y
It was followed by a huge deal of controversy, with people demanding an apology from her by using #Auntyjiapologise - the hashtag which soon started trending on Twitter.
It’s our life we gonna wear whatever we want to whether bikini or shorts or burkha. Who the hell are you to give nonsense suggestions. It would be better for you to keep ur thaughts in ur commode before you come out nxt time @ZeeNews #auntyjiapologise pic.twitter.com/zpx1DCuGwp— Ananya Singh (@Singhananya8) May 1, 2019
This Aunty wants girls wearing short dress to be raped.— Habil Mohidin (@IamHabeel) April 30, 2019
This Aunty is exactly what's wrong with the society
This Aunty doesn't deserve a place in our country#AuntyjiApologise
My support to these girls who fought back.#MorepowertoyouLadies @BJP4India @INCIndia @AamAadmiParty pic.twitter.com/Zb8F9iE4oe
After all the upheaval, the woman finally issued an apology with a Facebook post where she said that her statements were 'harsh' and she was 'regressive' in her outlook.