While the actor had termed Malala "Masala", the supermodel called her "Malaria". However, Campbell did not waste time to rectify the error as she deleted her first tweet and posted a second tweet with apology to Malala, the Nobel peace prize winner.
Campbell first tweeted, "Congratulations malaria on your #noblepeaceprize #2014 #Respect #joy #ithalljuststarted." However, she later deleted the tweet and wrote, "Darlings my iPhone and I are at odds it seems I type a word it seems to spit out another , forgive me 😘 CONGRATULATIONS @malalafund on your #2014 NOBLEPEACEPRIZE #YOUNGESTEVER # RESPECT # #inspire #admire."
Earlier the Bollywood actor Bhagnani goofed up his congratulatory message when he congratulated Malala. Bhagnani, who starred in the film 'Youngistaan' tweeted- 'Such good news to hear about Masala and Noble Peace Price! My speech in #Youngistaan was inspired by her."
Not only that the spelling of Nobel and Prize was also wrong in his tweet. However, twitteratti didn't miss a second and Bhagnani soon became the butt of jokes on the social networking site. He too deleted his first tweet and wrote on Twitter, "Sorry malala typing error."
Guys relax it's a typing error but I am glad could give everyone a laugh !!!
Guys relax it's a typing error but I am glad could give everyone a laugh !!!— Jackky Bhagnani (@jackkybhagnani) October 10, 2014
Sorry malala typing error
Sorry malala typing error— Jackky Bhagnani (@jackkybhagnani) October 10, 2014
Malala, the Pakistani child activist received the Nobel Peace Prize along with Indian activist Kailash Satyarthi. Malala and Satyarthi were awarded the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize by the Norwegian Nobel Committee Oct 10 and they will receive the award on Dec 10.
Malala and Satyarthi will both give speeches at the ceremony about their struggles in Pakistan and India against the suppression of child rights.