Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler, Brendon McCullum’s old tweets, die mock Indian English, emerge; players under fire

England whiteball captain Eoin Morgan and his deputy Jos Buttler and former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum’s old tweets are fun of Indian English does that rounds.

Earlier in May 2018, McCullum – who is now the coach of IPL franchise Kolkata Knight Riders – tweeted: “Josbuttler Sir, you play very good opening batting. “While Morgan – who now runs the KKR franchise – added, “Sir, you are my favorite bat.”

Brendon McCullum tweet screenshot

While Buttler’s old tweets in die you could see him going over die made fun of language used by Indians fans had tweeted: “Well done on double 100 a lot beauty batting Your on fire Sir. “He continued to tweet,” I always … reply Sir # 1 else like me like you.”

Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler, Brendon McCullum's old tweets, die mock indian english, show up. players criticized

Jos Buttler tweet screenshot

All of these cricketers are under fire for their tasteless tweets and making fun of themselves of The Indian fans.

Formerly England batting coach Graham Thorpe said the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) could start Review of the social media history of players in front of her selection in the national team.

Previously, 27-year-old Robinson, who made his test debut against New Zealand on Wednesday (June 2nd) was involved in Controversy, as a string of sexist and racist messages, die he posted on Twitter originated from 2012-13 over social media.

Leave a Comment on the issuesaid Thorpe more Effort would be made when inspecting a player’s social media history in future to avoid such controversy. “It’s clearly something that maybe need so be looked at that one day like yesterday does not happen “, Thorpe was quoted by the” BBC “.

Robinson has since apologized for die Contributions, die he wrote as a teenager. “Me are die embarrassing racist and sexist tweets, die I posted over eight years ago die have become today public. “I want to make it clear that I am not racist and not sexist. I deeply regret my actions and I am ashamed of them of make such remarks, “said Robinson.

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