Ruby rose lashed by fans on twitter for tweeting bout #pray4paris


Ruby Rosehas defended herself against an angry backlash on Twitter after urging fans to “pray for the entire world” following bombings in Lebanon and Syria amid theattacks in Paris.The Orange Is the New Black starjoined countless other users in condemning the attacks in the French capitaland sharing details of foreign embassies and helplines.But she was later accused of being “disrespectful” after mentioning bombings in Lebanon and Syria, with some saying she was detracting from what had happened in Paris.Writing on her official page, Ruby wrote: “Wow! Guys my pray for the world post is not taking away from Paris. It’s about the other incidents today #paris #syria #lebanon.”Wow! Guys my •prayfor the world• post isnot taking away from Paris. It’s aboutthe other incidents today#paris#syria#lebanon— Ruby Rose (@RubyRose)November 14, 2015@RubyRoseThis is disgusting— MITAM (@DeNiallHorany)November 14, 2015@RubyRoseI believed in you how could you be this ignorant— asian grandma (@heauxofficial)November 14, 2015Some users urged her to delete the post, while another said: “That is the erasure of the tragedy that is currently unfolding in Paris. Now isn’t the time for that.”Another said: “So disappointedin you? didn’t need this kind ofderailing bulls***, especially today.”One user added: “Nice one. Ignore the issue at hand that make some stupid statement to show how much you care.”Ruby defended herself againstthe backlash, saying: “There were bombings in Lebanon and Paris today. I am saying the world is in trouble. Terrorism is at large.Ruby Rose appears on stage@RubyRoseUm, no I feel like that is disrespectful— MITAM (@DeNiallHorany)November 14, 2015@RubyRoseThat is the erasure of the tragedy that is currently unfolding in Paris. Now isn’t the time for that.#PrayForParis— • (@Subject_Z3R0)November 14, 2015@RubyRoseI understand you mean well, but at this specific time these words are a little disrespectful.— Spaghetti Fingers (@DoctorSkeleton)November 14, 2015″Please stop comparing my prayer for the world today as an “all lives matter” blanket post. It’s about the terrorist attacks today.”Love breeds love. Hate breedshate.. My heart and my love goes to Paris and everywhere in state of emergency right now. Heartbreaking day.”She also reposted a quote from President Obama, which read: “This is not just an attack on Paris, not just on thepeople of France, but this is anattack on all of humanity.”She wrote alongside the post:”Literally what I said and standby earlier. Yet receive hate andhorrible comments.”Ruby Rose defended herself against the backlashOther users supported the star, saying: “Good for you, ignore backlash, at least you can see there are problems everywhere.”Another said: “Last night i said ruby rose was wrong for posting about ‘PrayForTheEntireWorld’ but now I realize she’s right.”One user added: “Sorry you aregetting so many hate filled and cruel messages. Know that there are so many more people that stand with you though.””Don’t worry about all the hate.You are a wonderful person with a big heart xx” another said.InParis last night, gunmen and bombers attacked restaurants, a concert hall anda sports stadium killing at least 120 people.Celebrities, politicians and sports personalities flocked to Twitter to offer their thoughts and prayers to everyone involved in what’s being described as the deadliest violence to hit France since World War 2.#Prayers4Paris featured in thousands of tweets that flooded the social media site on Friday.Follow

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