Arunabh Kumar Steps Down As The CEO of TVF – But Twitter Can’t Help Trolling Once Again
Arunabh Kumar was in the eye of controversy this year. With rumours and allegations of sexual harassment being thrown in his direction. The man was thrown harshly into the media spotlight and whether of not the allegations are true, it remains to be decided by a legal authority. But today, he tweeted out an apology followed by an announcement stating he would step down as the CEO of TVF.
— Arunabh Kumar (@TheQtiyapaGuy) June 16, 2017
His post illustrates how he shouldn’t be the referral point for TVF as a whole and that his resignation will help the brand distance itself from the media frenzy surrounding him. In fact, you should definitely go through his statement below:
However you choose to perceive this man’s guilt, there is no denying that this might be the smartest decision for him. Especially considering the fiasco that was their initial response. But despite what outwardly looks like an honest withdrawal, Twitter decided to troll him hard for no good reason.
Because Twitter see, Twitter troll.
You are the best sir but,
Thodi tharak control karlete sir.
— Mr. Patel (@TarunPChauhan) June 16, 2017
Calm down people #TVFCEO is not going anywhere!
He will continue (harassment) as mentor? Proved /Un-Proved this is still bad #Shameless
— Alok (@dch4alok) June 16, 2017
HR can now say:
We maintain healthy, ethical and safer relations with our employees
— 🆕 Kaaliya (@atulsachan1234) June 16, 2017
about time u did..maybe now u shud make a web series out of it 😀 ..logo ko bhi chutiya banao..paise bano aur maza bhi looto, saala
— Ashwin (@beyondwords_om) June 16, 2017
tumne iit ka naam kharab kiya https://t.co/2cWScfLdpl should be ashamed of yourself.
— Rishabh Pushkar (@rishabh1pushkar) June 16, 2017
Thnks, to ur team fr rejecting my resume back in 2015🙏😁😋😎🤓
— Neha Roy (@roy_neha) June 16, 2017
Yogi will always remain as the jugaad guy in everyone's heart my friend @TheQtiyapaGuy All the best for future journey! 🙂
— Pranav Bhalerao (@pranavbhalerao) June 16, 2017
However, there are also people who are willing to take his side and have managed to get their voices past naysayers.
Dear Arunabh u need not go anywhere We all are with u and waiting for Pitchers2
— Neeraj Jha (@NeerajJ1991) June 16, 2017
If u are not guilty why apologise..WHY STEP DOWN AS CEO.. Let court decide who is guilty… Wating for #TVFPITCHERS2
— Mihir Gupta 🇮🇳 (@mihirrgupta) June 16, 2017
Shit man. We'll miss you man.
Good for you though.
All the best man?? Lots of love ❤
— Anubhav Tewari (@anubhavt_) June 16, 2017
— Pallav Indurkar (@pallav_indurkar) June 16, 2017
KEEP IN TOUCH!
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