David Warner took to Instagram to invite India Captain Virat Kohli to the World of TikTok. Warner has become the latest sensation on social media with his series of TikTok videos.
Recently has urged India Captain Kohli to create a buzz on the Tiktok app. He invited Indian skipper Virat Kohli for a dance duet on the video-sharing platform. On Friday, Warner has tried to do Akshay Kumar’s popular dance step which led Kohli bursted into laughter. The Indian Skipper commented with lots of laughing emojis on Aussie’s star batsman post. Warner further replied to Kohli’s comment & asked the Indian Captain to feature along with him with his next TikTok video & has suggested that Kohli’s actor’s wife Anushka Sharma will help him to set up an account on TikTok. “You’re next bro come on man a duet. Your wife will set you up an account,” Warner replied to Kohli with laughing emojis.
Recently Warner has posted a video on Friday in which he introduced his mother Lorraine as the Australian cricketer performed ‘banana drop’ challenge. With cricket coming to a standstill due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Warner is using his free time for making TikTok videos.
Warner’s dance video on the Bollywood hit song “Sheila Ki Jawani” with his daughter became a massive hit among his fans on social media & since then the left-handed batsman has been sharing a number of videos on social media, despite getting trolled from his teammates.
On Tuesday he also admitted that “we lost it”, after sharing his video of shaking his leg on Guru Randhawa’s hit song “slowly slowly” along with his beloved family.
Cricketers are not very much impressed with David warner’s TikTok video, his former teammate Mitchell Johnson has trolled him for his TikTok videos & Aussie’s pacer Pat Cummins who is number one test bowler in the world is also not so impressed by his TikTok videos.
David Warner has taken the responsibility of entertaining his fans through social media amid the ongoing lockdown & is fulfilling his responsibility to the fullest.