Ravichandran Ashwin, one of the most talented Indian bowlers, has a huge fan following on the social media sites and it seems as if the spinner is in the mood to take advantage of his fan base. It is a common trend among celebrities to promote products through paid tweets as companies like to cash on their follower base and celebs end up going home with a big amount of money.
However, things don’t go well with the fans sometimes and the celebrity becomes the target of trolls. R. Ashwin also faced the same situation this time as he was promoting Redmi Note4, a smartphone of a Chinese brand.
Ashwin tweeted, “There’s often a debate on reading my carrom ball but,there are some things jinpe #KoiDebateNahi! Redmi Note4:India’s No.1 selling smartphone”
Just recently, India and China were on loggerheads because of Doklam issue and in the past as well, China created problems for India and supported Pakistan, which is responsible for promoting terrorism in India. The fans got a little angry and some chose to make fun of him sarcastically while some straightaway asked him not to promote Chinese products.
Here are some selected tweets:
Do you not get enough money with ads and cricket?
lol, cricket aur ads se kam paisa milta he ke ab paid tweet bhi karne lag gaye sir !
— Babu Bhaiya (@Shahrcasm) September 14, 2017
Meanwhile, a user noticed that Ashwin made this tweet from iPhone:
— Shashank Rajaram (@shashankrajaram) September 14, 2017
Twitterati got furious as he promoted a Chinese brand:
Well, in spite of such Chinese border violations and security threats on internet data, u still prefer Chinese phones!!!
— Harshul Trivedi (@harshul_trivedi) September 14, 2017
A jibe at his fitness:
Sir apki fitness pe v koi debate nahi Hai…wo hamesha kharab hi rehti Hai…
— Prabhas kumar (@Kautilya88) September 14, 2017
Theva illadha vela. When will people realize that blatant endorsements such as these is destructive to both the brand and the celebrity?
— Vivek srinivasan (@vivek_srini) September 14, 2017
This user trolled Ashwin for his performance:
Carrom ball one day me fail ho gayi issliye australia series se bahar
— Harrysejal (@Harrysejal0) September 14, 2017
He might lose followers if he continues promoting brands:
One more ad promo n I will unfollow u
— asan (@urf_akash) September 14, 2017
Sir ur last best performance in ODI's was in Moov add !!!
— Akshay chavan (@Akshayc2727) September 14, 2017
Tweets were so sarcastic and insulting in nature that Ashwin finally had to delete his tweet.
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