Shahid Afridi calls Pakistan a 'peace loving nation', gets severely trolled by Twitterati
Shahid Afridi's tweet, where he called Pakistan a 'peace loving nation' did not go too well with his fans, who mocked his tweet.
New Delhi: Discarded Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi recently shared his views regarding the ongoing tension between India and Pakistan.
Afridi, who has been out of the cricket team for a while, took to Twitter after the Indian Army announced it had carried out surgical strikes against seven terror launch pads along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir. (READ: In nation's service! Virender Sehwag pays tribute to Baramulla attack martyr)
Here's what he posted:
Pakistan is a peace loving nation,y talk abt extreme measures when things can be resolved through dialogues. Pakistan wants cordial 1/2
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) September 29, 2016
Afridi's tweet did not go too well with his fans, who mocked his tweet.
Here how Twitterati reacted to the tweet:
— Panun Kashmir (@WandererSS6) September 29, 2016
@SAfridiOfficial Pakistan loves peace as much as you can beat India in World Cup. Btw when are you retiring for 300th time?
— सिधार्थ दस्सानी (@sidharthdassani) September 30, 2016
@SAfridiOfficial HaHaHa! Peace loving nation Nice Joke :D
— Pawɐn' (@Stubborn001) September 30, 2016
@SAfridiOfficial Out of favour in cricket, and want to try your hand at comedy? All the best!
— Giridharan KESAVAN (@girikesavan) September 30, 2016
@SAfridiOfficial don't worry about these things. You're still a minor
— Subir HC (@psychiatrycal) September 29, 2016