Sushant’s sister shares screenshots of WhatsApp chat of Rhea saying ‘Doobie Required’


Team Udayavani, Aug 29, 2020, 12:20 PM IST

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Mumbai: In yet another revelation in Sushant Singh’s death case, his sister Shweta Singh Kirti on Friday night shared alleged screenshots of several WhatsApp chats from last year where actress Rhea Chakraborty and her brother Showik are seen ordering someone to get doobie, which Google defines as cannabis cigarette.

As per the screenshot shared by Shweta, from her unverified Twitter account, the alleged discussion on drugs was on a WhatsApp group named “NIFW” and its group members include names like Aayush SSR, Anandi SSR, Siddharth Pithani SSR, Rhea among others.

While most of the people involved in these chats can be identified by their names, the identity of the mobile owner remains a mystery.

In a screenshot from July 30 last year, Sushant’s girlfriend Rhea can be seen ordering someone: “Doobie required”.

Responding to her message, the owner of the phone from where screenshots have been taken, replies: “Getting.”

Reacting to Rhea’s text, Aayush SSR writes: “Rolling.”

Meanwhile, Siddharth Pithani SSR comments: “Miranda is here.”

The mobile owner replies: “Waterstones booking is cancelled for the day as required.”

After a few more conversations, Rhea follows up saying: “Do we have a doob?”

To which the mobile owner, replies: “Checking. Rolling and getting.”

Another screenshot shared by Shweta from a chat on August 27, 2019, has Samuel Miranda writing to the mobile owner: “AK47 aur blueberry kush. Check dis out” and shares photographs.

“What was going on? #ArrestCulpritsOfSSR” Shweta captioned the screenshots.

In a separate tweet, Shweta shared four more screenshots. In one screenshot from July 21, 2019, the mobile owner writes to Aayush SSR: “Take doobies when you go.”

To this, Aayush SSR replies: “Always.”

In another screenshot involving a group titled “Team SSR” from August 5, 2019, Siddharth Pithani SSR writes: “SSR has the doobs right?”

To this, the mobile owner replies: “Yes.”

A screenshot from August 14 reveals Samuel Miranda ordering the mobile owner to call Ashok, saying he has just “1 dube remaining.”

Miranda also says that he has been following up with Ashok since two days, and has told him to get it today.

A screenshot from a WhatsApp chat on July 21, 2019, has Showik Chakraborty writing to the mobile owner: “reach soon guys. And also tell Aayush to get doobies.”

“What are we to conclude?? #ArrestCulpritsOfSSR,” Shweta captioned the screenshots.

 

With Agency inputs

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