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Twitter is sometimes dark and full of trolls and our very own Jaaved Jaaferi threw himself to the trolls in a tweet appreciating Salman Khan's charitable work towards the Kerala flood relief and later deleted it after getting trolled. Yes, Jaaved Jaaferi was the first to reveal that he 'heard' Salman Khan donated a sum of Rs 12 Crores to the Kerala relief work and tweeted, "Heard @BeingSalmanKhan donated ₹12cr for Kerala.. this man is something else. Kitnon ki duaein leke chal rahi hain isey. God Bless you bro. Love and #Respect" [sic].
However, Twitter users replied with an entire list of celebrities who have donated to the relief work, which was shared by the official handle of the Kerala Chief Minister's Office on Twitter and mentioned that Salman Khan's name is nowhere to be seen and asked Jaaved Jaaferi to clarify his tweet in regards to the donation. However, if you're now eager to check out Jaaved Jaaferi's tweet, sorry you won't be able to see it anymore, as the actor has deleted it.
Yes, it looks like Jaaved Jaaferi couldn't take the heat and just deleted the tweet and posted a new one by saying, "I had tweeted that I had 'heard' about @BeingSalmanKhan 's bcontribution. Because it was a very strong possibility given his track record, I put forward my thoughts and admiration. Taking the tweet off till I can confirm it." - (sic) If that was not enough, Jaaved Jaaferi also tweeted a philosophical quote as, "Correct a fool, and he will hate you. Correct a wise man, and he will appreciate you." (Anon)."
Also, a lot of Bollywood celebrities such as Amitabh Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Sushant Singh Rajput, Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan, Rishi and Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt, Esha Gupta, Kangana Ranaut, and many more have donated to the Kerala Chief Minister's Relief Fund and have urger their fans to donate for the cause as well.