Trolled For Wearing ‘Transparent Shorts’ In Photo With Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah Clears The Air

Trolled For Wearing ‘Transparent Shorts’ In Photo With Kohli, Jasprit Bumrah Clears The Air

India pace spearhead Jasprit Bumrah has hit out at trolls who are making fun of him because of his underwear. A day before the start of the ongoing first Test against Windies in Antigua, Bumrah was all over internet for all the wrong reasons. Before the start of the match, the Indian stars were chilling at the Jolly beach.

Following the party, they took to their respective social media accounts in order to post photos. Bumrah also did the same and although the picture grabbed a lot of eyeballs, the reason for the same was not at all good. Posing alongside his skipper Virat Kohli, Bumrah and Kohli were seen flaunting their fit bodies. But Bumrah seemed to have flaunted little more than necessary.

The India pacer was wearing black translucent underwear and it was quickly spotted by the fans. The fans thought that Bumrah’s private parts were visible and were quick to troll the bowler. Consequently, Bumrah was roasted to the hilt on social media following his “indecent exposure.” While some had a good laugh at Bumrah’s expense, some went on to slam him.

It did not take Jasprit Bumrah long to hit back at the trolls. The India star posted a cryptic message on his Instagram story while he took a subtle dig at his critics. Bumrah’s statement pretty much made it clear that the fans misunderstood the pictures as the pacer said that some people could not understand ‘light and shadow’.

“Fun fact: The understanding of lights and shadows isn’t common these days. Hope people recover from it soon,” wrote Jasprit Bumrah.

Meanwhile, India have taken a firm grip on the ongoing game against Windies. While Bumrah has not made a big mark so far, India are well ahead in the game. After fifties from Ajinkya Rahane and Ravindra Jadeja propelled India to 297, they reduced Windies to 189 for 8 by the end of day two. Ishant Sharma was the star of the show, picking up five wickets to put India on the driver’s seat.


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