Sunny Leone Trolled For A Father's Day Pic & It's Time We Got Off Our Moral High Ground

Sunny Leone Trolled For A Father's Day Pic & It's Time We Got Off Our Moral High Ground

Wear a short skirt and you'll be stared at, post a family picture, instead of understanding the emotions, people will troll you, well, that's 2018 for you. India can make Sunny Leone the 'Most Searched Indian Entertainer of 2017' but can't accept a Father's Day post with grace.

Recently, Daniel Weber shared a new picture of himself with his wife Sunny Leone and daughter Nisha on social media. While Sunny's husband and manager received a lot of compliments, commenters also found a way to troll the picture.   

A section of the Internet thought the picture was inappropriate and they 'decided' that it would be absolutely appropriate to school Sunny Leone for it. But thanks to her loving fans who took care of the schoolers. One of the fans wrote: "How to dress motherly? There is no answer... You trollers are idiot. Why are you so judgmental?" Another user added: "This picture is perfect on so many levels. Love and best wishes from my side to #NishaKaur, Sunny Leone and Daniel Weber. So happy to see this wonderful family together." 

A few days ago, Sunny and Daniel shared their family picture including their twin boys Noah and Asher. 

Meanwhile, Sunny Leone also shared a picture of the family of five on Sunday to wish her husband for Father's Day. She wrote: "The Man... the Father... the husband... the friend... the one that holds us together, given us the best life and infinite amount of love! We love you Papa! Love - Nisha, Asher Noah and me. Happy Father's Day."


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Sunny Leone and Daniel Weber are the coolest people in the industry and if trollers can't see it yet, Sunny Leone's biographical web-series, titled Karenjit Kaur - The Untold Story of Sunny Leone, is on its way. 

Sunny's family portrait is nothing but a pure image of love and kindness. Period. Maybe it's time we all took a break from judging others.