Twitterati troll David Warner after Indian government bans Tik-Tok

Earlier, Indian spinner Ravi Ashwin also trolled him.

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David Warner, the Australian batsman, has been entertaining the fans to the fullest, making videos on short video platform Tik-Tok. He hasn’t played any cricket since the month of March when the COVID-19 started wreaking havoc all around the world. He was last seen in the match against New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground after which the ODI series was called off.

He was set to lead the Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) in the 2020 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). However, the tournament had to be postponed for an indefinite time period due to the coronavirus pandemic. As far as his Tik-Tok videos are concerned, he has posted them on Instagram as well. In the clips, he can be seen performing with wife Candice and their three daughters.

David Warner wanted to make people smile

He joined the platform to make people smile in the difficult times. “We have to think out of the box. For me, it was about putting smiles on the people’s faces. Through TikTok, Twitter, and Instagram, my family and I have been able to do that,” Warner was quoted as saying to India Today.

He has a massive fan base in India after he shook a leg on some of the popular Punjabi and Telugu numbers. From Butta Bomma to Slowly Slowly, he has managed to show his dance skills pretty efficiently. But from now onwards, it may not be possible as the Indian government has disallowed using the app. The government has banned 59 Chinese applications.

It was after some cross-border tensions between India and China. On June 16, 20 Indian soldiers lost their lives in a fight with the Chinese troopers. The incident has given rise to furore across the country. A number of people also suggested to Boycott Chinese products.

Warner has had to face trolls as well. Ravi Ashwin, the Indian off-spinner, poked fun at Warner, using a popular dialogue from a South Indian movie. And now, the netizens didn’t miss out on the chance of making fun of the Aussie batter following the massive step from the Indian government.

Here’s how Twitterati trolled Warner: –