He posted, “Chiranjeevi is a phenomenon and the people of Andhra Pradesh are not and they proved that by not making him a chief minister. But any day I want to see the people of AP queue up for Chiranjeevi's tickets rather than Chiranjeevi queue up for the f*****s votes."
In his next tweet, he explained why he used the vulgar word. He wrote, “I used the word f*****s becos any given day I luv Chiranjeevi much more than I luv the people of Andhra pradesh. If ppl of AP don't make Chiranjeevi as CM its their bad luck and if such ppl don't vote for him its his good luck"
The Megastar on Tuesday said that as he was busy in politics, it would not be appropriate for him to don the grease paint again. His son Ram Charan Teja is there to fill the gap.
It is not the first time, where the filmmaker used such language on a public platform. Earlier, after watching Puri Jagannath's Bbuddah, to praise Amitabh Bachchan's performance in the film, Ram Gopal Varma used the same word on Twitter.