Deepika Ghose, an RCB Fan Girl, shot to fame with the match between Sunrisers Hyderabad and Royal Challengers Bangalore at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on May 4th. Cameraman of the Host Broadcaster spotted her in the stadium and she became famous within no time. Her Instagram Account got verified the very next day itself. Within short span, She also got to know about the dark side of fame because of numerous hate messages and abusive posts.
At first, Deepika placed the post, 'Who am I? How did I get this fame and following? How do I feel about it? You have all been talking about me, I too have something to say...'.
A day later, The Fan Girl came up with a detailed post to convey her mental torture she was subjected to since she became famous: 'My name is Deepika Ghose & that is probably the only thing that is being said about me which is 100% TRUE. I did not want any recognition or realise the number of times that I was on camera. I am no celebrity, just an ordinary girl who was enjoying the match. I have much to be proud of - I am a kind, artistic & hardworking woman. I do NOT consider being seen on TV at an IPL match an achievement'.
Deepika Ghose says nothing other than the count of her Instagram followers changed after she became famous as RCB Fan Girl. She added, 'While I am grateful for the love, I am disturbed by the unnecessary negativity. It has been an extreme case of abuse, trauma and mental torture. I am confused as to how people found my name/profile. My identity, privacy & life have been hacked in an instant. A lot of the overnight followers are men who have used this platform to be crude, vulgar, vicious & entirely disrespectful. Even more shocking is the hate I have received from women. How quick & cruel you have been to say mean things to & about me without even knowing me. I AM ONE OF YOU! The world desperately needs more women supporting & uplifting each other. I am appalled by how I have been judged & condemned instead of being given a compassionate hearing. Stop & think about how it is as a girl to have been subjected to this unwanted attention. Yes, I am #theRCBgirl but I am SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT,' she says.
SOURCE : TUPAKI