Itir Esen, 18, likened her menstrual period to the spilt bloodstream of 15 “martyrs” who passed away in the July 15 armed forces uprising.
Based on the BBC, it read: “I am having my period this morning to celebrate the July 15 martyrs’ day. I am celebrating your day by bleeding a representation of your martyrs’ bloodstream.”
The organisers of the wonder contest brand the post “unacceptable” and stripped her of her name just hours following the teenager gained the show.
They said the tweet didn’t emerged until after Thursday’s wedding ceremony in Istanbul, after which they held an extended meeting to discuss the problem and check the post, the BBC reported.
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On Fri they said in a affirmation: “We regret to say that this tweet has been tweeted by Itir Esen. It isn’t possible for the Neglect Turkey Organisation to market such a post, when it is designed to add Turkey to the planet and donate to its image.”
Ms Esen later responded with her own declaration on Instagram which read: “I wish to say that as a 18-year-old young lady, I had developed no political seeks while showing this post.”