MS Dhoni's old tweet goes viral after Twitter removed his verified badge due to inactiveness

MS Dhoni to return in the UAE leg of IPL 2021.

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Former Indian skipper MS Dhoni. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Former legendary cricketer MS Dhoni is loved enormously by his fans across the world and fans leave no stone unturned to show their love for him. However, the former skipper remains much away from the activities of social media. In the same turn of events, on August 06 Friday, Twitter removed the verified badge from MS Dhoni’s profile as the blue tick ahead of his name got removed.

It is known that verified profiles across various social media platforms come up with blue tick and the same was the case with MS Dhoni. However, it was later cleared by the norms of Twitter that the verified badge gets removed when the account is inactive for more than six months. Dhoni is hardly active on any of the social media platforms and his updates come to fans’ notice only through his wife Sakshi Dhoni or his close friends.

It has to be noted shortly after the noise started on social media regarding MSD, the verified badge came back ahead of his name. In the same turn of events, one of his old tweets is going viral. The tweet is from 2011 where the former great talks about returning back on the micro-blogging site soon. “I will b back on Twitter very soon,” he tweeted.

Here is MS Dhoni’s old tweet regarding Twitter activity

MS Dhoni to lead CSK in UAE leg of IPL 2021

Talking about Dhoni on the professional front, the legendary skipper of India announced his retirement from the international platform in August 2020. For now, he only plays for his franchise Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League. Dhoni’s CSK didn’t endure a great run in the 2020 edition of IPL but they were marching all strong in the 2021 suspended session.

It will be a thing to see if CSK will pick up another title in the UAE leg of IPL 2021 as they would want to turn tables this time. The UAE leg is all set to take place in September-October where Chennai will take on defending champions Mumbai Indians in the season opener.

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