India is one of the top tourist destinations across the world because of its rich culture and heritage. We are known for our hospitality and this is the reason several people visit India every year.

However, after American yoga instructor and travel blogger, Colleen Grady lost her iPhone on the streets of Jaipur, what followed was an Instagram post by her in which she said that Indians are too poor to buy iPhones.

Obviously, her post enraged people and she received a lot of flak online.

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"Yep, I lost it in the poorest most overcrowded country I have ever visited and one of the most scammy tourist cities in all of India." 

She further added,

"I felt kind of hopeless. The cellphone is worth more money than some people in this country will have in their whole lifetime. The phone was locked and if someone found it they probably would not even know what to do with it."

She was slammed for being racist and her post received a lot of hate online.

Following the comments and the flak that she drew, Grady deleted the post and thereafter her account, as well. 

She later issued an apology too.

However, people weren't too convinced by the apology either.