Vijay Mallya, the chief of now defunct Kingfisher Airlines, is not having as good a time as he once promised his customers. Hunted down by banks braying for his blood, the poor chap (pun intended) just wants to chill. But no one gets it!
After he became the subject of a heated debate across the nation, he tweeted out his side of the story. Clearly, the man can do no wrong. He even rubbished claims about him being an absconder and said he just happens to travel frequently for business. Duh.
His latest tweet shows how he is being hassled. All over a couple of thousands of crores of Rupees. *Tsk Tsk Tsk Tsk*
Here’s Mallya tweet:
I am being hunted down by media in UK. Sadly they did not look in the obvious place. I will not speak to media so don’t waste your efforts.— Vijay Mallya (@TheVijayMallya) March 13, 2016
Of course, the replies was hilarious:
@TheVijayMallya Don’t worry. They will stop chasing you once they find their new target. 😇— JusFFan Of Kjohar25! (@Admire_Kjohar25) March 13, 2016
@TheVijayMallya #ModiWithCronies #BJPSavesMallya pic.twitter.com/OeCKliH7TF— Kejriwal Fan Club (@KejriwalFanCIub) March 13, 2016
@Manishbalani11 @vshaligrams @TheVijayMallya @PMOIndia #patriot, the guy has lost it, he is a financial terrorist#— Abhishek Singh (@AsinghOfficial) March 13, 2016
@TheVijayMallya your Whatsapp status should be. ” Give me loan,, leave me alone” 😂😂😂… Mai rahu ya na rahu mere beer peete rehna.. 😂😂😂..— TheKapil sharma show (@Bipinmmm) March 13, 2016
@TheVijayMallya Did you realise you are the most trolled person in India now ?— Balagopal (@balagopalks) March 13, 2016
@TheVijayMallya At least , Do Pay Your #KFA Empolyees .— ਰਾਜੇਸ਼ ਮੇਹਰਾ Rajesh M (@rajeshmehra74) March 13, 2016
Even former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah says there is no need to arrest the business tycoon as he is a “gentleman” and would return to India on his own. Let’s give Mallya a break. It’s not like anything we say or do can even create a dent in his larger-than-life image.