Twitter trolls Virat Kohli for his Diwali wishes
Twitteratis' bashed the Indian skipper left, right and centre and were very hurtful in their comments for their country's skipper.
Updated - Oct 19, 2017 3:29 pm
Social Media has very often been the platform for cricketers these days for issuing out social messages. Virat Kohli has been one such cricketer who has used the social media platforms to the greatest extent posting social messages on his profile. It has been arguably one of the biggest invent for the fans, as they get the chance to meet and greet their stars very closely.
While the positive side of these social media platforms is more, there also exists a side which leads to trolling of these stars. The latest on the wrong end of a trolling spree is none other than Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli. The Indian skipper was trying to propagate a social message on Twitter before Twitteratis lashed out on the Indian skipper.
Kohli was trying to send out a message, in regards with Diwali to bring out a change in the society. The message was that people should start reducing and stop bursting firecrackers, with its noise and pollution disturbing the people. It also brings out trouble to many households in the society.
He had a caption in the video message which read, “This Diwali spread light not noise.”
— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) October 18, 2017
The response that followed:
The Indian skipper, alongside his sponsor Wrogn, wanted to promote a Diwali, for light and not noise. While the company tried to spread a message for the masses, the masses retaliated it with trolls and replies for the Indian skipper.
Twitteratis’ bashed the Indian skipper left, right and centre and were very hurtful in their comments for their country’s skipper. There did not exist a reasonable argument from one side on the social media platform.
पटाखे ? तो फोडेंगे ??
— EMMAИUƎL (@IndianGabbru) October 18, 2017
इतने पटाखे फोडे़ंगे की धुँआ धुआँ कर देगें बीषी… ??
— ROcky ? (@imRoccky) October 18, 2017
क्यो कुत्ते डर जाते है क्या.?
— अंकित ?? (@AnkitPandeyLive) October 18, 2017
जब तुम्हारे IPL में पटाखे फूटते हैं, वो क्या बिना आवाज वाले होते है,
क्यों, कितने पैसे मिले हैं, तुम्हे इस "प्रचार" के लिए???
— Sushant Kumar Rai (@Skraivns) October 18, 2017
साले तुजे इतनी तकलीफ होती है तो मत मना त्योहार, ओर दूसरा धर्म ले ले। ये हमारे हिन्दू का त्योहार है, हक से बम फोड़ेंगे ओर मनाएंगे। @imVkohli
— Er Nikunj Vaghela (@ErNikunjVaghela) October 18, 2017
तुम अपनी पटाखा बजा लो ओर हमे मना करो यह तो सरासर नाइंसाफी है यार….???
— ♣ चुन्नू हवालदार ♣ (@o_Vish_o) October 18, 2017
@StayWrogn ने आपको famous नही किया, आपको प्यार हम हिंदुस्तानियों ने दिया है , ओर आप हमारे ही संस्कृति के विरोध में
— +91 8603540006 (@AA_ROY3406) October 18, 2017
This particular Twitterati said that the whole of India gave their support for Virat Kohli, only for him to banish the Indian culture. This argument did not seem to be logical from any side whatsoever.