Rohan Joshi: Expresses Repentance to Internet Users for His Insensitive Remark: After receiving criticism for his offensive comment on comedian Raju Srivastava’s passing, Rohan Joshi has now responded. Following Raju’s passing on September 21, the stand-up comedian posted something on social media that infuriated online users. The stand-up comedian and AIB performer received vicious trolling for his remarks over the untimely passing of the late comic. In his social media post, Rohan used the slogan “good riddance” along with other insulting phrases, which sparked fury on the internet. The stand-up comic later removed his tweet, and he has now apologised to anyone who were offended by it and given an explanation.
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In his clarifying comment, Rohan stated, “After a minute of rage, I realised today is not about my personal sentiments, soch kar delete kiya kyuki (I removed the post because…).” I’m sorry if it hurt, and I appreciate your viewpoint.
VIEW ROHAN JOSHI’S ENTRANCE NOTE: On September 21, Raju Srivastava passed away in Delhi’s AIIMS Hospital’s critical care unit (ICU), where he had been fighting for his life since August 10.