West Indies star batsman Darren Bravo can’t resist himself from commenting on David Warner’s latest Video post & his comment has left the fans in splits.
David Warner is currently ruling social media with his hilarious TikTok videos has come up with another frenzy post On Instagram on Friday. In his latest video, Warner is seen pulling off an amazing camera trick with a Telugu song ‘Ramuloo Ramulaa’ playing in the background. “Woke the beast what can you see with your eyes at the end?? #challenge #gettingbetter #fun #justsmile,” David captioned his post. David’s latest post just like his other series of posts has inspired lots of fans on Social media but West indies batsman couldn’t stop himself from hilariously trolling Aussie’s star batsman by calling him a “boxhead”. “Boxhead I think you seriously need cricket to star back @davidwarner31”, Darren Bravo left a comment on Warner’s Instagram Post.
On Thursday, Warner’s former Australian teammate Mitchell Johnson also took a dig on the left-handed explosive batsman. Making fun of Warner’s sense of humor, Johnson went a step ahead and labeled David him as inapt for doing all this stuff. “I would say you have officially lost it but not sure you ever had it bull”, Johnson replied on David Warner’s video.
David Warner has a huge fan following in Hyderabad due to his association with SunRisers Hyderabad in the IPL.
Earlier this week, Warner also shared a video where he was lip-syncing a famous Telugu movie Dialogue from a 2006 action thriller ‘Pokiri’, starring Telugu superstar Mahesh Babu.
David Warner dressed in his SRH gear with a bat in hand & lip-syncs the famous dialogue from Mahesh Babu Movie. He delivered the dialogue with full enthusiasm. The star batsman didn’t have any clue about the movie so he asked his fans to guess the movie name.
Aussie’s spectacular batsman has been leading the Hyderabad based franchise SunRisers Hyderabad in the IPL 2020 but due to the havoc of deadly Coronavirus, the cash-rich tournament was postponed indefinitely as a precautionary measure.