Thursday, December 9, 2021

Virat kohli slammed online after lgbtqia group accuses his restaurant one8 commune of discrimination

One8 commune, the restaurant of Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli, has been embroiled in controversies. There have been allegations against Kohli’s restaurant that people of the LGBTQ + community are discriminated here and they are not allowed to enter. This restaurant of Virat has branches in Pune, Delhi and Kolkata. A group that defends the rights of the LGBTQIA+ community has filed a series of posts on Instagram alleging discrimination. This post is going viral on social media.

The post which is going viral quoting the group ‘Yes, We Exist’. It reads, “No entry for LGBTQ+ guests to Virat Kohli’s restaurant…Virat runs a restaurant named One8 Commune in Pune, Delhi and Kolkata. Their Zomato listing says that there is no entry for Stag in the restaurant. We messaged him 2 weeks ago. Didn’t get any reply from them. We contacted the Pune branch of their restaurant, they told us over the phone that entry to the restaurant is only for cisgender heterosexual couples or groups of cisgender women. Gay couples or groups of gay men are not allowed entry. Trans women are given entry according to their clothes.

Trans women are given entry by looking at their clothes. When we sought reply from the Delhi branch of the restaurant on this issue, they did not give any information. The Kolkata branch told us that everyone has an entry here. However, their booking page on Zomato tells a different story. There is often discrimination against the LGBTQ community in such fancy restaurants, bars and clubs in India. And Virat Kohli is also doing the same thing. Apart from this, the group also said that it has emailed Zomato asking if they have “attempted to sensitize” Virat Kohli.

Tags: Cricket news, Indian Cricket Team, Virat Kohli

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