Uorfi Javed criticised spiritual leader Sadhguru for his opinions on the LGBTQ community on Instagram Stories. If a fan follows Sadhguru, Uorfi asked that they unfollow her.
Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, an activist and spiritual leader, came under fire from Uorfi Javed for his remarks towards the LGBTQ community. Uorfi, who is renowned for her unusual style, posted a video of Sadhguru criticising the LGBTQ community on social media and expressed her shock. (Also read: "Hope you know apke jaydad ka teen hisse honge," Uorfi Javed jokingly remarked to Javed Akhtar.)
Uorfi advocated for the LGBTQ community while denouncing Sadhguru's speech as "propaganda" on her Instagram Stories. In the first Story, she shared a brief excerpt from Sadhguru's lecture in which he makes a joke about the LGBTQ community and declares that the "campaign" must come to an end. Anyone who follows this cult leader, please unfollow me, she wrote in a long caption. So, in his opinion, the LGBTQ movement is basically a campaign. It is justified because the aforementioned campaign participants are free to discuss their sexuality in public. The LGBTQ community makes up a large portion of the population, but guess what. Your head is.
Uorfi Javed continued to discuss the subject in her subsequent Instagram Story, outlining her position on the LGBTQ community. "Such type of propaganda should not be tolerated," she concluded after expressing her support for the neighbourhood. LGBTQ people require our assistance. People have been compelled to conceal their sexuality for ages. Put on a different persona. We must run campaigns. parades to encourage everyone to be themselves. regardless of who you decide to love. You are welcomed.
Rapper Honey Singh declared last week that all of the nation's females should emulate her bravery and fearlessness. Uorfi recently appeared on Splitsvilla X4, a dating reality programme hosted by Sunny Leone and Arjun Bijlani. She often garners media attention for her tirades at individuals who criticise her for her eccentric sense of style. When author Chetan Bhagat accused her of deterring youths in the nation, she referred to him as a "pervert."