NEW DELHI: Bangladeshi creator Taslima Nasreen outraged many social media customers after a controversial tweet on England and Chennai Super Kings cricketer Moeen Ali. Her submit drew widespread condemnation from many, together with Ali’s present and former teammates Jofra Archer and Ryan Sidebottom.
“If Moeen Ali were not stuck with cricket, he would have gone to Syria to join ISIS,” she wrote on Monday. English pacer Jofra Archer replied to her and wrote, “Are you okay? I don’t think you’re okay.” Several different cricketers additionally castigated the creator. “I think you might need to check if you’re feeling ok!!! Maybe delete your account too,” wrote former England pacer Ryan Sidebottom. England internationals Sam Billings and Saqib Mahmood additionally posted on the topic.
Nasreen later deleted the tweet and in addition issued a clarification of types on Tuesday, saying her tweet was “sarcastic”. This submit, too, drew a pointy retort from Archer, who identified the tweet was not humorous. “Sarcastic? No one is laughing, not even yourself, the least you can do is delete the tweet,” wrote Archer.
Moeen Ali was one of the highest traits in India on Tuesday with a number of folks, together with politicians and activists tweeting in solidarity with the cricketer. CPI (ML) Kavita Krishnan’s submit criticising Nasreen led to a battle of phrases between the 2. It just isn’t clear why Nasreen posted the tweet.