Viral video of baby giraffe trends on Twitter

With the viral video of a baby giraffe trending on Twitter, several noted personalities have come forward believing it to be real.

Viral video of baby giraffe trends on Twitter

The viral video of a baby giraffe has been trending on Twitter recently, with the RPG Group Chairman Harsh Goenka also tweeting the same.

However, in an article by India Today, it has been noted that the video does not happen to be real but is a creation by digital artist Vernon James Manlapaz. Even though the artist does not mention in the post that it was a CGI creation, his Instagram account is full of what he calls "short magical videos" which includes oversized beetles, flying turtles, and jumping paper rolls.

On the other hand, ‘Boycott Netflix’ has been trending on Twitter in the last couple of days with many expressing anger over a scene in A Suitable Boy in which the characters played by Tanya Maniktala and Kabir Durrani are seen kissing in a temple. Moreover, Gaurav Goel, BJP spokesperson, joined the ‘Boycott Netflix’ trend, without naming the said TV show. He further urged that if any OTT platform was ‘deliberately insulting’ Hindu Gods and Goddess, one should file a complaint with the police or local court under Section 295A of the Indian Penal Code. Offering them all support, he wrote that ‘the law will take care of such offenders.’

The past few weeks have been dominated by netizens expressing outrage over several issues, whether it is an advertisement of a jewellery brand or a question on a TV quiz show.

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