Kamran Akmal’s Brother Umar Akmal is a famous Pakistani cricketer and is known for his One Day International debut on 1st August 2009 opposing Sri Lanka. He is a right-hand batsman supporting the role of Batsman Occasional and Wicket-keeper. Previously, sometimes Umar Akmal got trolled for his captions on his pictures but this time this thing is huge as he trends on twitter on number #2 in India after his caption of the picture goes viral. He is not new to controversies; he always finds a way to be the headline with his performance on the pitch. Umar Akmal will be playing for Quetta Gladiators in PSL Pakistan Super League 2020.
Internet got no chills either the cricketer Umar Akmal, the picture caption on Twitter was supposed to be “brother from another mother” but ended up “mother from another brother”. Little later realizing the blunder Umar Akmal deleted the tweet but it was quite late and the audience took the screenshots and went viral by making him on top of trends in India by the following hashtag #UmarAkmalQuote on number #2.
The neighboring country kept throwing meme after meme and left amused by showing the starving of entertainment they look around. I mean, I agree, we Pakistani’s never missed any chance to troll anything but the Indian fellows were absolutely next level, Hahaha! But the thing is, where people were criticizing Umar Akmal some were showering love all the way by supporting him. So yeah, it is how this social media game works.
Here are some hilarious memes by the fellow country following the hashtag #UmarAkmalQuote:
An Indian girl tweeted on Twitter, “A doctor a day keeps the apple away”
And others tweeted, “If you are free at something, never do it for good”
Some basically loved Umar Akmal’s whole mood and tweeted, “Umar Akmal is best. Unknowingly does sarcastic tweets.”
Some posted his family picture and tweeted, “Everything is Family” and left us awful we should not troll someone’s family in any case. Like, let’s just be considerate to that individual and troll in a constructive manner and stop being personal!
Itna tou Ghalat English bolny per Umar Akmal Zaleel nai hua Jitna Tmhari 2 Din ki Mohabbat main Mai ho gaya hn😌
— PRIنCE CHARمING🔥🤴 (@__Sammmmmmmm) February 18, 2020
Never been fan of umar akmal always criticized him but these memes making fun of his English aren't funny, bus kar do kanjaro'n
— Haroon (@ThisHaroon) February 19, 2020
Sent a friend a number of memes on Umar Akmal's gulabi english and this is what he replied with: pic.twitter.com/f7bqcORFu0
— . (@Kijanamaikon) February 19, 2020
People who criticized Aus u'19 for mocking our English language are trolling Umar Akmal for his English
— Dharmesh (@Mumbaiikar) February 19, 2020
Just a week ago Indians were hounding the Aussie U19 players for mocking their English.
Now these assholes are mocking Umar Akmal for the same.
We Indians are the Biggest bunch of Hypocrites to have ever Existed. #UmarAkmalQuotes
— RCB (@YesImAmit) February 19, 2020
You can troll him for his attitude and performance, but trolling Umar Akmal for his English is just unfair. It is not his first language and none of us are Shashi Tharoors either.
— Quarantanove (@LeftarmOrthodox) February 19, 2020
— CricBlog (@cric_blog) February 19, 2020
— om potdar (@ompotdar5) February 19, 2020
— Rishab Raj (@rajuBully) February 19, 2020
— ajeet mishra (@ajeetmishra2097) February 19, 2020
If you are free at something, never do it for good – Umar Akmal
— A M I T (@invincible6_) February 19, 2020
Umar Akmal captioned a pic with friend as "mother from another brother" n all started trolling him for the error. Grow up guys! Stop mocking! Learn to encourage ppl, help them, teach them. Try this good work n start it by helping ppl around u. Remember: Home begins at charity.🙏
— Neeche Se Topper (@NeecheSeTopper) February 19, 2020
Umar Akmal is best. Unknowingly does sarcastic tweets. pic.twitter.com/syKzk5zcPY
— Pa₹idhi $₹ivastava 🏏 (@BeingKohlicious) February 19, 2020
— Kamran Qureshi (@_ikamranqureshi) February 19, 2020
A doctor a day keeps the apple away🤗#UmarAkmalQuotes
— भाव_Naa🇮🇳 (@__doraemon11__) February 19, 2020
It is during our lightest moments that we must focus to see the darkness." -Aristotle Akmal
— Anchal (@totalpahadi) February 19, 2020
— Hindustani Troll (@HindustaniTroll) February 19, 2020
— Deepak Pareek (@being_kabir) February 19, 2020
— Bahut Scope hai (@Bahut_Scope_Hai) February 19, 2020