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Sherlyn Chopra slams media for her 'cucumber act'

By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 04, Sep 2012, 18:57 pm IST | UPDATED: 05, Sep 2012, 11:04 am IST

Sherlyn Chopra slams media for her 'cucumber act' Mumbai: Sherlyn Chopra, who happens to be the first Indian woman to feature in Hugh Hefner’s Playboy magazine, has mastered the art of marketing!

We all know for a fact that the lady has been super active on Twitter and has indeed grown more popular, thanks to the micro-blogging site and her sleazy antics.

Recently, Chopra had posted a series of pictures on Twitter which showed her masturbating and had also admitted that she took such a step only to start trending on the site.

She had even confessed through her tweets that she use to have sex for money and fun. And that she no longer wishes to do so.

But, this “media created” child, if we may say, has slammed the fourth estate for disapproving her “cucumber act”.

Expressing her angst towards the media Chopra tweeted, “Huge thanks to the media n others for titles such as `wanna be`,`the queen of sleaze`,`down market`,`cheap`,`desperado`,`shameless` etc(sic), and added, “I refuse to accept your negative opinions/thoughts/suggestions.....more power n joy n peace to you all(sic).”

Sherlyn, a former ‘Bigg Boss’ contestant has little work to her credit. She rose to popularity after she aped the ‘Jism 2’ poster and posed nude picture of hers for her followers.

She also seems to have had “enough” of the media attention and hence wrote, “A humble note 2 the media: The day I have something substantial 2 say....a commendable body of work 2 showcase..I shall contact u myself (sic), and added, “Untill then......please leave this `wanna be`,`evil person`,`queen of sleaze`,`desperado`.....etc. etc. ALONE......more luv n more power(sic).”
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