Dale Steyn Asked Google To Correct Wrong Information On Wikipedia And Got Trolled

South Africa pacer Dale Steyn took everyone by surprise after he stepped down from the longest format of the game in 2019 following the World Cup of 2019 that took place in England and Wales. He is still regarded as one of the finest bowlers in the limited format of the game and fancies his chances to play in the T20 World Cup in Australia later this year.

Dale Steyn is very active on his social media and is often seen interacting with his fans and sharing updates about him. Recently, Steyn found himself at the receiving end of trolling by Twitterati after he tweeted to seek some help from Google.

Well, what happened was, on Tuesday, Dale Steyn took to his Twitter and urged Google to change a piece of information about him on his Wikipedia page. In his Tweet, Dale Steyn claimed than an important piece of information about him on his Wikipedia page is False. Seeking help from Google, Dale Steyn wrote:

Can anyone from @google help me change the information of me on your Wikipedia? A pretty serious point of information is FALSE and I’d love to have it changed.”

Here, check out the Tweet:

Soon the Tweet went viral with people on Twitter coming up with hilarious reactions on the Tweet. Twitterati came up with funny guesses about the ‘False’ information Dale Steyn was talking about in his Tweet.

Here, check out the hilarious reactions from Twitterati:


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