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Wow, the cringe are top levels. She is also totally poor. Rich person would be like "shit, I'll buy new one once I return". Smart person would be like "Shit, that's a lot of unbacked data". https://t.co/jroas2k5Tb— Muhammad Majid (@mhd_majid) 5 January 2019
The way she talks about India with such condescension and ignorance is so frikking insane. Idc if u volunteered at an ashram or what, ur clearly racist. https://t.co/WAE76vfEVG— Raaf (@shahi_raaf) 4 January 2019
I’m an Indian typing this tweet from an iPhoneX gifted to me by another Indian who is an iPhone user for long.— Elysian (@VivaciousVids) 4 January 2019
The audacity to call us poor is something I can let go but the way you talk about the person who found and returned is pure filthy. https://t.co/Zz9UL03R2O
"Hardly anyone in this country has an iPhone"— shawarmapapi (@moaizmq) 4 January 2019
Read an article not long back from Apple saying how India alone has more than 10 million users of their mobiles lmao !!
Doubt all this even happened.
Star Plus Drama at its best. https://t.co/GaXzARmrd8
I’m pretty sure a significant percentage of people working in Silicon Valley developing magic western tech like the iPhone X come from the “poor, overcrowded, scammy” country, which btw is my home. And oh I’m tweeting from an iPhone. pic.twitter.com/UskfM766ym— Bombom (@saloneegadgil) 4 January 2019
her response is...... a treat pic.twitter.com/phuYWEnG5a— Jonathan Fisher (@fishplums) 4 January 2019
you can gauge the level of sincerity in other’s apologies just by picking apart the way they word their “I’m sorry” statements https://t.co/vbUHx4Q0qI— m (@venusmalz) 4 January 2019
haha oh man. All time worst apologies. https://t.co/qMNvLVXerH— Aaron Dunlap 🗽 (@aarond) 4 January 2019