We hate to deny you the pleasure of yet another Rahul Gandhi blooper, but some sacrifices must be made at the altar of accuracy.
This morning, Twitterati trolled Rahul Gandhi for a speech he made at Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) in Mumbai.
They called him 'dumb', said that he only listens to Honey Singh's Dope-Shope and that he could give a competition to Kapil Sharma and hosted the show 'Comedy Nights With Kapil' while sharing a video clip of the Congress leader's speech.
According to them, this is what Gandhi reportedly said: “…One day you’re going to run this country, run the institutions, you will be the Steve Jobs of Microsofts.. the Facebooks of this country…”
Twitter started mocking Rahul Gandhi for not knowing the founder of Microsoft--Bill Gates.
Soon, #SteveJobsOfMicrosoft soon started trending on Twitter.
— Anand Kumar (@anandkumar13) January 18, 2016
.@digvijaya_28 kaash aapne Rahul Gandhi ko Steve jobs Aur Microsoft k baare me sikhaya hota.
— Amit.A (@Amit_smiling) January 18, 2016
Mark Zuckerg before resigning from Google sold his Microsoft shares to Facebook founder Rahul Gandhi. - Steve Jobs in the Microsoft
— Persecuted Indian (@PalRamji) January 18, 2016
Steve Jobs in the Microsoft..?
Dear Rahul Gandhi - please leave India. You are dumb, dumber, dumbest 🙌 https://t.co/wdQELMBkyP
— Inder J Singh Gusain (@crazie_bunnie) January 18, 2016
This is the video they have been sharing, with some special audio effects-- laughter from Steve Jobs, mocking Rahul.
But a close watching of the video makes it evident that there was no blooper. Gandhi said: "You will be the Steve Jobs and the Microsofts and the leaders of the Facebooks of this country."
Listen to the video here:
Steve jobs of Microsoft, o my god pic.twitter.com/X4SCubSh0m
— Tajinder Pal S Bagga (@TajinderBagga) January 17, 2016
Also On HuffPost:
"Although Steve could be extremely rude, critical, and occasionally even vindictive, he also was incredibly joyful, with an infectious grin and energy that was irresistible. In the early days at NeXT he would often come bounding in, hungry to get to work. "
"Steve was not the kind of guy who ever seemed to relax. He was usually focused like a laser on the task at hand. So it was surprising to see Steve kicking this beach ball around at a company picnic"
Steve giving a history lesson about how technology evolves in ten year wave cycles to his new NeXT team at an off-site meeting.
Steve was a consummate showman who understood the power of a compelling setting. This was never more apparent than at this incongruously formal lunch he hosted for Ross Perot and the NeXT board of directors in the middle of the abandoned warehouse.