Kohli brutally trolled on Twitter for posing with fans
It seems like whatever India captain Virat Kohli does, it will become an item to troll him. And once again he has been brutally trolled, simply because of posing with some fans.
Ahead of India’s full-fledged series against Australia starting from November 21 including three T20Is, four Test matches and three ODIs, Team India led by Kohli landed in Brisbane on Friday (November 16).
Upon his arrival in the Australian city, the Delhi batsman poised for a few pictures with fans, and The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) took to Twitter to upload some of them. “Always has time for his fans,” the BCCI captioned the pictures.
— BCCI (@BCCI) November 17, 2018
Besides this, Kohli aslo uploaded a picture with wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant from his personal account and called him a “champion”.
But these pictures didn’t go quite well with some of the fans on Twitter, who made up conspiracy theories out of it as well. They questioned whether it was a public relations stint set up by BCCI after Kohli lost huge likability a few days ago following his ‘leave India’ remark.
Here is how fans reacted to Kohli’s pictures with fans.
Yeh bcci ka handle he ya virat kohli ka
Always the spotlight on virat why not others
— ňâMâň (@pro_memer_) November 17, 2018
Dont keep going down my friend..might end up in the Indian Ocean..lol..have a great day!!
— Diiscoverii Holidays (@diiscoverii) November 17, 2018
Virat is looking like he's forced to pose? Such formal attitude by him is shocking to say the least.
— Deepak Verma (@drv05dt18) November 17, 2018
I'm guessing this is a public relations stint just to bring back likability factor following "leave India" fiasco. Anyway, more likeabl it would be if we won the test series.
— Kricket Korner (@KrisKasya) November 17, 2018
While some of the tweets were either really funny or sensible, some other were equally disturbing, seeing which Kohli can definitely have this question on his mind, “Why always me?!”
Meanwhile, a member from Committee of Administrators (COA) has asked the Indian skipper to conduct himself with dignity and humility which should signify a hallmark of true leader. “He was told to be humble, in his interactions both with the press and the public,” a COA official was quoted.