Jwala Gutta posted an emotional message as he received racial comments about the death of his grandmother Jwala Gutta has become a victim of racism, obscene comments about Nani’s disappearance; Know the whole thing

Hyderabad: Former Indian international badminton player and Arjun Awardi Jwala Gutta is extremely upset by the racist comments made about her and her family. Recently, Jwala’s grandmother passed away and her whole family is in mourning. But he subsequently faced racial remarks.

Jwala Gutta was the victim of racist comments

Gutta (Jwala Gutta) was born to Telugu father Kranti Gutta and Chinese mother Yelan Gutta. Jwala shared a moving post about the racist comments.

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Gutta (Jwala Gutta) tweeted: ‘I mourn the loss of my deceased grandmother in China. I wondered why I say Kovid, why I don’t say Chinese virus. He said, “What happened to our society … Where is the sympathy?” … where are we going … it’s embarrassing ”.

This is what everyone will get … for any racist comments on my TL … and if you get close to my family !! pic.twitter.com/S8Qd3qyaS4

– Gutta Jwala (@Guttajwala) February 12, 2021

Previously, Gutta (Jwala Gutta) had also denounced the person who made racial remarks about him. The person asked if his grandmother had died from the “Kovid or Chinese virus”.

I mourn the loss of my grandmother who died in China and to my surprise I get racist responses … and I am asked why I say covid and not Chinese virus …
What happened to us as a society … where is empathy … where are we going … and are there advocates ??

– Gutta Jwala (@Guttajwala) February 12, 2021

Jwala wrote a touching article on Nani’s death

Jwala Gutta, sharing her grandmother’s disappearance on her Twitter, wrote: “ Amma Gujjar Gaya on the occasion of CNY in China. My mom visited her at least twice a month, but she couldn’t go because of Corona last year. This Kovid made us understand how important it is to live in the present. Do whatever you can for your loved ones, whenever you can.

Ammaama died in China on the eve of CNY! My mom uses 2 visit her every month but last year she couldn’t because of https://t.co/pvd6Pcfvsj dis covid made us realize how important it is to be 2 now do all you can for our loved ones whenever you can!
Happy New Year pic.twitter.com/EUyEqNDopj

– Gutta Jwala (@Guttajwala) February 12, 2021