Since the news of high levels of lead being present in Maggi came in, twitterratis have had fascinating things to say about the controversy including many of the loyal Maggi fans supporting their favourite noodle brand.
Support also came pouring out for celebrities who endorsed the brand as news spread about brand ambassadors of the noodle brand, which include stars Amitabh Bachchan, Madhuri Dixit, and Preity Zinta, may face action if found misleading consumers.
Trends like #MaggiInSoup, #MaggiBan, #MaggiInHotWater have been doing the rounds of the social networking site as more developments continue to come in.
Amitabh Bacchhan and Madhuri Dixit have also denied receiving any notice regarding anyaction to be taken against them.
Reading the news about me being sued for doing the Maggie commercial over 12 years ago ? 12 years ago ? How does that happen ?— Preity zinta (@realpreityzinta) June 3, 2015
Meanwhile many supporters tweeted supporting the actors :
More than the celebrities advertising for Maggie the departments passing that to match the food safety standards are responsible.— Adv. Somnath Bharti (@attorneybharti) June 2, 2015
Thrz no point in filing cases on those who endorse the brand, better scrutinize the products #Maggi— Nandish S K (@nandileo) June 3, 2015
First beef. Then Maggie. Now eggs. This is a huge conspiracy. Government is indirectly trying to convert everyone into Jains.— ???? (@FaaduTweets) June 1, 2015
Man, I have so many cool memories about Maggi. I still remember Harbhajan telling Symonds, "Teri Maggi".— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) June 2, 2015
Pakistan once again violates ceasefire. Let's load our Bofors guns with banned Maggi noodle packets and bombard them in 2 minutes !!— Atul Khatri (@one_by_two) June 3, 2015
Maggi’s continuing popularity is proof that people would rather kill themselves than eat a bowl of Top Ramen.— Overrated Outcast (@over_rated) June 2, 2015
Maggi Noodles is now facing the biggest and fastest PR disaster in the social media age. Cooked in less than 2 minutes this time.— Chetan Bhagat (@chetan_bhagat) June 2, 2015
After lead has been found in Maggi, Nestle should start calling themselves 'Nestlead'.— $ir $ri $ri Magal (@jhunjhunwala) June 2, 2015
Like Maggi, if tomorrow government decides to hold brand ambassadors of tobacco liable; entire Kanpur would be in jail.— Psycho (@i_Psycho) June 1, 2015
BREAKING: Thousands of students staying in Engnn colg hostels blame the harmful lead in Maggi for their Virginity.— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) June 2, 2015
News: #MaggiBan in India Other Noodles: Yippee!!— Shy Baba™ (@Dhruv_Axom) June 3, 2015
Might be a conspiracy by other Noodle Brands because Maggi is a Market Lead-er— Joy (@Joydas) June 2, 2015
Kids if you forget your pencils there is always Maggi. #MaggiInASoup— Bahadur (@my2bit) June 3, 2015
As maggi is being hit, most of the tobacco production companies have ventured into food products and are launching own brands of noodles +— Gaurav Pandhi (@GauravPandhi) June 3, 2015
When did Preity Zinta even endorse Maggi? Was there a product placement in Ishkq in Paris, because that's the only way I could've missed it.— Akshar (@AksharPathak) June 2, 2015