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Triggered fan paints over Mumbai’s ‘Walk of Shame’ featuring Arnab, Kangana & more

The 'Walk of Shame' project started by Mumbai-based artist, Tyler seems to have triggered someone as the circles that recently cropped in Malad, have been painted over.

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The ‘Walk of Shame’ project started by Mumbai-based artist, Tyler seems to have triggered someone as the circles that recently cropped in Malad, have been painted over.
Tyler shared the information through his Instagram handle. He posted a video in which the names of the personalities under the project, have been painted over with black colour. The caption reads, “Bhakts triggered”.

 

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Bhakts triggered 🤬🤬😂

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Walk of Shame is a voting based project began by the artist, Tyler through his Instagram handle on 10 August for naming and shaming public personalities. The names are selected through online voting and to make a name reach the voting list, the comments section is monitored. The repetitive names in the comments then make their way to the voting list.

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PAUSE FOR THE CAUSE

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Under the Walk of Shame project, the names of most flagrant personalities are brought into the spotlight who have been instrumental in spreading propaganda that causes widespread vandalism, violence and absurdity in the society.

Names that have been painted on Walk of Shame

TV anchors Arnab Goswami, Sudhir Chaudhary, Amish Devgan, Bollywood actor Kangana Ranaut and BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra, were featured on the circles painted in Malad, Mumbai.

However, all the circles have been painted over with black colour and people have a lot to say about the same:

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Netizens reply on the incident

Well, all we can say about this incident is, it would be great if people are equally excited and determined or rather say ‘triggered’ to repair the poor quality roads or at least raise their voice on such issues which impose danger to lives every day, as they are by the Walk of Shame.

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