Pakistan’s cricketer Umar Akmal has once again managed to steal all the limelight on social media, however once again for all the wrong reasons. Besides being at the receiving end of the criticism for his poor form, he became the victim of brutal trolling after he shared a picture of himself with a teammate. While everything was fine with the image, it was the caption that grabbed everyone’s eyes and left everyone in splits.
Well, Umar Akmal took to his Twitter and shared a picture of himself with Pakistani all-rounder Abdul Razzak. However, the cricketer mistakenly captioned the picture as “mother from another brother” instead of writing “brother from another mother”.
Umar Akmal’s Tweet is now not available on his Twitter account as he reportedly deleted it as soon as Twitter users made him realize his blunder but the damage was already done. However, the Twitterati were quick enough to take a screenshot of his tweet, which has now gone insanely viral on social media.
Here, check out the viral screenshot of Umar Akmal’s Tweet:
As soon as the screenshot started making rounds on Twitter, people started brutally trolling Umar Akmal’s Tweet. The trolling got so intense and interesting that “#UmarAkmalQuotes” started trending on Twitter.
From digging out his past caption blunders to coming up with hilariously goofed up quotes, Twitterati are slamming the cricketer left, right and center for his tweet.
Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:
— Hitesh Janghela (@HiteshJanghela) February 19, 2020
Reply with your favourite #UmarAkmalQuote ?
My entry ?? pic.twitter.com/2Ipdv5aV3r
— Maithun (@Being_Humor) February 19, 2020
— Shammy 2.0 (@shamanth_reddy) February 19, 2020
— Nik (@nikjos987) February 19, 2020
— Harsh Chaudhary (@Harshjatt_ABD17) February 19, 2020
Talking about his professional front, Umar Akmal was in the news some days back as well because when he escaped a ban from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for allegedly making crude remarks to a trainer during a fitness test at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore.