‘You’ve officially lost it’ – Mitchell Johnson after David Warner posts his latest TikTok video
David Warner has been trending on TikTok these days.
Updated - May 14, 2020 6:46 pm
The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic has left the cricketers with no option but to stay at home. This has turned out to be a blessing in disguise to them as they are often busy travelling and busy playing for the country as they are getting time to spend time with the family. But the extended period of lockdown has led to the cricketers resorting to entertainment app TikTok.
Australia opener David Warner has taken a special liking to it and has been trending in India especially for dancing on Tollywood and Bollywood songs. Among those, he and his wife Candice Warner tapping the feet on popular Telugu song Buttabomma went viral like anything. Rather the movie hero Allu Arjun also liked the video and he lauded the cricketer for his skills.
Warner hasn’t stopped here and has continued to post hilarious videos on TikTok. On Thursday, he was back imitating another famous song ‘Pump up the jump’.
David Warner admits he has lost it in lockdown
David Warner, in the post, also admitted that he is completely bored staying in the home and is looking forward to an exciting Friday. “He’s Back Everyone!! Pump up the jam!! #boredinthehouse #bringonfriday,” his post read.
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Looking at his latest TikTok video, Mitchell Johnson, who has probably watched his previous antics as well, hilariously trolled David Warner stating he has literally lost it while staying at home. “I would say you’ve officially lost it but not sure you ever had it bull,” his comment read.
Responding to it, the Aussie opener admitted the fact with his teammates and also revealed that he didn’t understand the song as well. “@mitchjohnson398 that’s very true mate. I just didn’t understand the song, really thought it could be pumped up,” he wrote.
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As far as the cricket in Australia is concerned, they last played against New Zealand at the SCG in the first ODI of the three-match series in March. The game was played behind closed doors amid COVID-19 outbreak. However, soon after the opening game, Cricket Australia (CA) decided to postpone the series and let the Kiwi team leave for their home to avoid any health issues to the cricketers.