Mayanti Langer Gave A Fitting Reply To A Troll Who Said Stuart Binny Is Carrying Her Baggage

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Mayanti Langer is one of the most popular faces of the Indian cricket broadcast on television. Over these years she has garnered as much attention as some of the biggest names in the cricket fraternity. Mayanti Langer has left her mark in the male-dominated profession.
While she has impressed one and all with her brilliant anchoring skills and knowledge of cricket but she often finds herself at the receiving end of criticism and trolling. Time and again, she has been targeted by fans but she knows the art of giving it back to the trolls.

Recently, she was at it again. On Tuesday, one of her Twitter followers took a dig at her husband Stuart Binny, who is an out-of-favor Indian allrounder. However, Mayanti Langer gave a savage reply to shut him up.
Well, what happened was, Mayanti Langer, shared a picture of herself on her social media where she can be seen looking stunning at her workplace — cricket studio. Sharing the image, she wrote:
It’s a rather colourful life in our studio ? @StarSportsIndia #cricketlive #NZvsIND #firevsice”
Here, check out the Tweet:

The image was flooded with praises and amazing reactions from fans all-around. But a Twitter user then asked about what Stuart Binny was up to. This is when another follower of her decided to take a dig at Stuart Binny. The troll wrote:
“He is helping her in carrying her baggage”.
Here, check out the tweet:

Well, Mayanti Langer was quick to take notice of the tweet and decided to school the troll. Mayanti came up with a savage reply to the Twitter user. It was her who had the last laugh as she won the internet with her reply. She wrote:
I can carry my own baggage thank you very much ? he’s busy living his life, playing cricket, just being awesome in general, and not passing comments on people he doesn’t know ?”
Here, check out the savage reply of Mayanti Langer:

Talking about Stuart Binny, the out-of-form Indian all-rounder hasn’t played for India since 2016. He last played against West Indies in a T20I in 2016. Stuart Binny is currently representing Nagaland in the ongoing Ranji Trophy.