Ooh, Justin - this needs to stop.\nThere are plenty of ways to pay respects to another culture, and this is not it.\nRespect does not rely on wearing traditional garb - especially when those from the very culture you're appropriating are dressed in suits.\nREAD ALSO: Trudeau Mispeaks, Embarrasses Himself In Front Of The Entire World\nThe Indian people, diplomats, and the rest of us watching have all reached a consensus. You are embarrassing us in Canada, and embarrassing Indian locals.\nCheck out our Prime Minister trying his damndest to look good dancing in India.\nCanadian PM @JustinTrudeau makes an entrance at the Canada house in New Delhi. Truly in the spirit of India. @DemocracyNewsL pic.twitter.com/ph19O7ysB4\n— Rohit Gandhi (@rohitgandhi_) February 22, 2018\nThis reminds me of that super drunk, and super white relative dancing embarrassingly at a wedding. What's going on here, Trudeau?\nSit down, stop the costume changes and take some notes.\nJustin Trudeau has been made fun of all week long on social media, many posts coming from the Indian people themselves.\nIt's the endless wardrobe changes for photo-ops with his family in matching, colourful Indian clothing. It's the white boy bhangra dance moves.\nIt seems Trudeau thinks the Indian people live like their in a Bollywood movie 24/7!\nCan’t wait to see the outfits the Trudeau family wears to the theatres to watch Black Panther 🙈 pic.twitter.com/SysnsJOxPr\n— ☩ Faith J Goldy ☩ 🇨🇦 (@FaithGoldy) February 22, 2018\nI would like an inquiry into Justin Trudeau's costume budget. #cdnpoli\n— Jeremy Brown (@ThatJBrown) February 22, 2018\nJustin Trudeau's India visit has proved one thing.\n\nHe has more Indian outfits than all the men in my family combined!\n— Anu Menon (@ExLolaKutty) February 22, 2018\n\n\n\nAs a Canadian i do feel a stronger bond with my Indian friends who are laughing at this shallow buffoon - so in a sense his diplomacy is having some success.\n— 9Ton (@3FootChop) February 22, 2018\n\n\n\n🤦♂️ This isn’t multiculturalism. It’s a desire to be popular like a rockstar. It’s the equivalent of Modi breakdancing on his trip to Canada. Trust me, not everybody loves this guy.\n— Ashish Anand (@ashishanand) February 22, 2018\n\n\n\nI would like an inquiry into Justin Trudeau's costume budget. #cdnpoli\n— Jeremy Brown (@ThatJBrown) February 22, 2018\nIn 2018, there is a fine line between respect and cultural appropriation.\nIt seems that Trudeau and the first family of Canada are having a hard time not stepping over the line and offending millions of people.