Ananya Birla drag out from America's restaurant with family, singer alleges racism


This time in the US presidential election, two issues are the most dominated. The first the Black Lives Matter movement after George Floyd's death and the second racism. They were discussed extensively in the final debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. But America's reality at the ground level seems to be different as Ananya Birla, daughter and singer of business tycoon Kumar Mangalam Birla, has alleged that she and her family were fired by employees of a restaurant in Washington.

Ananya Birla wrote on Twitter on Saturday that the employees of the Scopa restaurant in Washington were 'racist'. He described the incident as tragic, saying that the restaurant needed him to treat his customers right. He wrote, 'I and my family were literally forced out of their premises from the Scopa restaurant. Very racist. it is very sad. You really need to treat your customers right. Is very racist. This is not right.'

Ananya Birla wrote that an employee named Joshua Silverman treated her 'very rude'. There was 'casteism' in him. He waited for three hours for dinner, which is not good at all.

Celebs have expressed their anger at this incident with Ananya Birla. Karanvir Bohra wrote that it is a shame that you were treated like this.

Significantly, Ananya Birla is earning her name not only in singers but also in the business world. He is also the founder and CEO of luxury product e-commerce company Qirocart. Ananya Birla's first song Livin the Life came out in 2016. After this song, he was signed as a singer by Universal Music India. Ananya's performance was well received at Lakme Fashion Week 2017.