Controversial star Poonam Pandey is ALIVE and not dead! Only yesterday, her team released an official statement that she died after succumbing to cervical cancer. However, in a surprising turn of events, Poonam shocked everyone that she was not dead and faked her death for a promotional campaign. That’s right. Poonam Pandey faked her death due to a promotional campaign, joining hands with media groups. She had joined hands with some media groups to create awareness of cervical cancer.
Poonam Pandey shared an apology after faking her death
She even took to her Instagram and dropped a video collaborating with the media. She apologised to people stating that her intention was just to create awareness and not to hurt people’s sentiments.
Fans have slammed her for the stunt. A user reacted, “Worst PR Stunt. You could have done a better way, than highlighting such a sensitive topic for so many cancer patients. Highly not appreciated.” While another one said, “Worst publicity stunt waste fellow.” There was another who said, “WORST PUBLICITY STUNT EVER!” Another one commented, “Next time people won’t take you seriously, you just destroyed your entire credibility.“
Poonam Pandey released a video on social media and captioned, “I feel compelled to share something significant with you all – I am here, alive. Cervical Cancer didn’t claim me, but tragically, it has claimed the lives of thousands of women who stemmed from a lack of knowledge on how to tackle this disease. Unlike some other cancers, Cervical Cancer is entirely preventable. The key lies in the HPV vaccine and early detection tests. We have the means to ensure no one loses their life to this disease. Let’s empower one another with critical awareness and ensure every woman is informed about the steps to take. Visit the link in the bio to delve deeper into what can be done. Together, let’s strive to put an end to the devastating impact of the disease and bring.“
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