Namita Thapar of Shark Tank has accused her housekeeper of posting a cruel remark on her Instagram. People believe it was her son who released her photo and said she was not the person she seems to be on TV.
Shark Tank’s Namita Thapar has shared a tweet in which she has accused her “educated house help” of stealing her phone and putting a hateful post on her social media account.
“Our is what hate does to this planet, makes people toxic,” Namita Thapar commented on Twitter Saturday night. An educated housekeeper who was fired took my phone and posted a derogatory message about me on social media. The cost of becoming a public personality! Apologies!”
A post surfaced on Namita’s Instagram Stories on Saturday. It depicted Namita at home in a blue nightgown. “This is Namita’s son,” the caption said. I simply want the rest of the world to know that the lady you see on television is not who you believe she is. Remove her as quickly as possible. “I’ll explain why in due course.”
“She lost me at the ‘educated househelp,'” a Reddit member said. Nobody even inquired, but she made certain that no one questioned her.”
Many people voiced concerns, claiming that it couldn’t be her housekeeper. “Even if she took the phone, how did the home assist unlock the iPhone?” wondered another.
“See how the letters in the tale have been capitalised to convey Anger!!” said another. I don’t imagine a house maid would be knowing and would purposefully type in CAPS.” “If the housekeeper was gone, how did she get the phone,” a Reddit member said.
And, if she took the phone, how did Namita get it back so she could tweet and erase the story? “I don’t get the story at all.”
Taking Namita’s side, someone attempted to explain the entire event and commented, “She possesses extraordinary skill. Teenagers are revolting. One cannot expect to be a superhuman at work while also managing the household. Because the younger generation desires equality in all aspects, this is an evil that must be dealt with.”
Namita is one of the sharks on Shark Tank India, which is modelled on the renowned Shark Tank USA show of the same name. The show is back with a new season after a successful first season. Rahul Dua, a comedian, hosts Season 2.