Fake Friendly Fridays is a section where we pick a famous personality and throw fake questions at him/her and in return, we receive fake answers. Why should you not take it seriously? Because it is fake.
If you still didn’t get it: This is a fake interview written purely on the basis of the author’s imagination of how the actual interview would have been if we got the chance to interview these famous (for all the wrong reasons) personalities in real. In short, just have a good laugh!
An amazing poet, a feminist icon and an Instagram celebrity: Rupi Kaur is all that and much more. The previous line is a lie.
But hey, it’s our job to be the harbingers of sarcasm and post interesting (and FAKE) interviews with the most amazing modern celebrities such as Rupi (LMAO) on our Friendly Fridays segment and this week, we’re doing that again!
So without further ado, here’s our exclusive (and FAKE) interview with the legend herself, Rupi Kaur:
ED: “Hey, Rupi! Welcome to Fake Friendly Fridays! I’m Sahib, your host for this segment.”
Rupi Kaur: “Hi
ED: “Okay, what’s with the dramatic pauses?”
Rupi Kaur: “No, this
way of talking.”
ED: “Weird AF but that’s alright. So Rupi, how does it feel to be an armchair activist and a keyboard advocate of feminism?”
Rupi Kaur: “Well, it’s
to talk and write
that doesn’t matter”
ED: “If what you write about doesn’t add value to the world, why do you write about it? Shouldn’t you be writing something meaningful?”
Rupi Kaur: “No, because
these dumb kids
on social media
can buy any shit
that i pass off
*Interviewer trying not to lose his cool*
ED: “But Rupi, don’t you think that in an era where feminism in India is already misconstrued, your dumb poetry is only going to add fuel to the fire and cause the propagation of a pseudo rebel culture?”
Rupi Kaur: “Oh i did not
think of it
i just write
when i’m high af
*Interviewer still holding on*
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ED: “Rupi, as a feminist and poetry icon, people look up to you. What has been your biggest accomplishment so far, according to you?”
Rupi Kaur: “I got
ED: “What the f**k, man.”
Rupi Kaur: “I believe
ED: “No, STOP. I don’t talk like that. Next question. What’s the one thing that inspires you to write bad poetry which makes no sense?”
Rupi Kaur: “The love of
*Interviewer trying to find a peaceful way to end this interview*
ED: “Okay, Rupi. What’s your mantra in life, being an Instagram celebrity?”
Rupi Kaur: “Meri boli
bandook ki goli
ED: “Jesus Christ, help us all. Okay, last one, now. If you had just one message for all the people out there who are dumb enough to be your fans and encourage your poetry, what would it be?”
Rupi Kaur: “Thanks for
you dumb snowflakes
are the best
the joke’s on
ED: “Good Lord. That was… intense. And on that note, we come to the end of another amazing (FAKE) interview with a legendary celebrity. Thank you Rupi, for gracing us with your presence and taking time out of your totally empty schedule to join us on this week’s Fake Friendly Fridays!
As for the rest of our readers, we shall see you soon with another amazing celebrity!”
We hope you liked the interview, folks. If it’s still not clear, this was a FAKE interview and is meant to be taken with a pinch of salt.
Let us know in the comments who you’d like to see next on Fake Friendly Fridays!
Image Credits: Rishabh Patel
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