“Don’t go beyond limits!” Babar Azam once criticized Zainab Abbas for her tweet – Magazine Creations

An old Twitter conversation between Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam and Zainab Abbas has resurfaced amid a controversy over the sports journalist’s alleged “anti-India, anti-Hindu” tweets.

This renewed interest stems from an incident dating back to 2018. Following Babar Azam’s remarkable Test century against New Zealand at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Zainab Abbas, apparently in good humor, called Babar’s then coach Mickey Arthur the “son” of the match. The comment was an obvious joke on Babar’s close relationship with.

However, Babar did not see it as just a joke. In response to Abbas’s sarcastic words, he scolded her for crossing the limits with her words. “Think before you say something and don’t try to cross your limits!!!” Babar replied.

“This definitely reflects the coach as one player because of his ability and of course all the support Babar deserves because he is a special player. Misinterpreted, I think the tweet started with praise,” one user wrote while defending Zainab.

“But it went too far… She should apologize to him or delete this tweet.” She is a stupid journalist and lives on the basis of her beauty and not her knowledge of cricket,” another wrote, criticizing the Pakistani journalist.

As it turns out, neither Babar nor Zainab deleted their tweets.

Who did Zainab Abbas leave India for?

Pakistani sports journalist Zainab Abbas has reportedly been asked to leave India amid the ongoing 2023 FIFA World Cup. The incident sparked a storm on social media. Allegations regarding her alleged anti-India and anti-Hindu tweets have been cited in the past as the reason for the uproar.

Many social media users harshly criticized Abbas for her past controversial tweets, with many expressing their support for her departure. Initially in India to cover the 2023 FIFA World Cup, Abbas was scheduled to report on the Pakistan-Sri Lanka match in Hyderabad. However, amid growing controversy, she left India.

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Updated: October 10, 2023, 02:26 PM IST


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