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‘Shouting Bol Na Aunty Aau Kya at WTP’ is the Most Bizarre Event to Happen in Jaipur’s History!

  • by Dipali Khandelwal
  • September 15, 2017

If you go to ‘Events Near Me’ on Facebook, the most likely one to pop-up on your screens is ‘Shouting Bolna Aunty Aau Kya’ events happening across the nation. People on your friend list must have already declared on Facebook that they would be attending this new cringe fest. Quite possibly, some of them might have gone to the extent of sharing Omprakash Rap King’s masterpiece which happens to be one of the most sexist and misogynist things on the web till date.

If you’re new to this ballgame, here is a quick lay-down of it:

Omprakash Mishra released a 3-minute song on YouTube back in 2015, in which he can be seen singing (read, trying to lip sync) his artistic masterpiece ‘Aunty Ki Ghanti’.

The cringe video almost died a silent death until a Facebook page named Shit Indians Say organized this ‘Shouting Bolna Aunty Aau Kya’ flash mob at CP in Delhi earlier this month. The do saw youth merrily singing  “Dekh ke jawani teri jhatka meinu lagta hai, neeche wala dekh mera saltue tenu karta hai. Bol na aunty aau kya, ghanti mai bajau kya, sot mei lagau kya.” 

Soon the fever took over the entire nation and now this cringe fest is being organized in every other city. The top ones on the list being those to be held in Mumbai, Noida, Ghaziabad among others. Shockingly, the campuses of top colleges and universities of India like Gujarat National Law University etc. will also soon witness its pupil cheering these derogatory lyrics. The bandwagon has now reached the Pink-Town with its first event to be held at WTP, this Sunday.

Imagine hundreds of people, coming together to celebrate misogyny, sexism and sexual abuse. This is exactly what this nation needs, isn’t it?

I wonder why YouTube hasn’t taken down this crap until yet and what the police was doing when people were screaming their throats out declaring their urge to rape, on the roads of the capital. The whole point of cringe-pop is beyond my horizon but with this rap(e) culture emerging as the new viral fever, I can totally comprehend what is wrong with millennials.

Attending this historically shameful event or not, is your choice, of-course. But if you’re going for it, just accept that you’re also a part of the problems that our nation is trying to fight back- women objectification, molestation, harassment, rape and what not.

There is a dark line between art and low art. This dark jet black border is engulfing the light education and awareness of the followers of so called pop-art. Encouragement from the generation who has the access to whole world and powers to cause a change thousands of miles away with just a click, to such demeaning thing is highly disturbing.

This ain’t no entertainment or art. Omprakash and his likes are who encourage violence against women, contrary to their self-developed hypothesis about the length of our hemlines doing so. The people of this creed are downright fuckwards with hormonal and mental issues. They fail to understand the whole concept of consent and are only living to get laid.

Do you really think that shouting out such stupid lyrics can make one look uber cool?

Would you like a louche singing these lines to women in every nook of our town?

Do you believe in such artistic freedom and liberty of one person or a group of persons that indignify almost half of the population?

Do you think Omprakash and the events of this undertaking should gain the attention that it has as of today?

Do you support women objectification?

If your answers are no, please report the video, events, pages and other stuff on the web promoting thisthing. This is a call for action, take a stand to safeguard our future from being ruined by these cringe-worthy people.





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