The app was also trolled on Twitter.
The mobile phone app Snapchat is facing a boycott after allegations that the company's founder dismissed "poor countries like India" as targets for expansion and said its software was "only for rich people".
And then, Adnan Sami hit back to prove his patriotism for India.
Denying the claims of Snapchat being termed as a "rich people's app", the attorneys termed Pompliano a "disgruntled employee fired for poor performance".
"Obviously Snapchat is for everyone!" a spokesman told Newsbeat.
The lawsuit was made by former Snap employee, Anthony Pompliano, against the company where he alleged that Snapchat inflated key growth metrics to mislead investors ahead of the launch of its initial public offering (IPO) of US$3 billion. "It's available worldwide to download for free", they said.
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The Snapchat controversy in India has created a lot of buzzes.
In 2013, a different group of hackers released a database of what it claimed contained 4.6 million Snapchat users, revealing usernames and passwords.
It's subtle, but Zuckerberg is very likely alluding to Snapchat's reputation as an app for the affluent, especially in the wake of the India scandal. Security experts are unsure whether the user details posted to the dark web are a result of a direct breach of Snapchat's databases.