Nowadays almost every celebrity, whether any sportsperson or a Bollywood personality, has accounts on social media platforms, especially on the micro-blogging site Twitter and photo-sharing site Instagram because it is one of the easiest ways to stay connected with your fans and followers.
Yuzvendra Chahal, the Indian cricketer who represents India in ODIs and T20I, is also very active on Instagram and presently he is in the center of controversy due to direct message sent by his ID to an unknown person.
A girl shared a hot pic in which a young woman in revealing dress can be seen posing. To this, a message came from Yuzi’s Instagram ID that read, “Nice one”.
When the girl replied, Yuzi quickly responded by saying saying that it was his friend who messaged her and not the cricketer himself. Later he also asked her whereabouts and apologised for the act.
Take a look at the screenshots:
Someone shared these screenshots on Twitter with caption,
“‘That was not me it was my nephew’ v2.0 🤪🤪🤪
Yuzi Chahal doing harakiri LMAO 😂😂😂”
"That was not me it was my nephew" v2.0 🤪🤪🤪
Yuzi Chahal doing harakiri LMAO 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/XSLxdZ4DRR
— . (@AnasMagnificent) November 6, 2018
Well, we don’t know whether Yuzi or his friend sent the message but don’t you think that celebrities should be more careful with their mobiles and not give them to anyone else, as these types of incidents may hamper their image? Let us know your views in this regard.