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Chris Lynn Takes A Hilarious Dig At David Warner
By CricShots - Apr 20, 2020 7:07 pm
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The Australian opener, David Warner has been on a video-sharing spree, ever since he had announced his arrival on TikTok. The Australian cricketer has taken to TikTok like fish to water and while some of the content that he has posted has come out as a surprise to his fans, the same can’t be said of his latest video.

David Warner boxing with his daughter

In his latest TikTok post that he shared on his official Instagram handle, Warner and his wife Candice are seen dancing, if it can be called that, to The Weekend’s hit song ‘Blinding Lights’. Commenting in the same, his teammate, Chris Lynn expressed that he didn’t seem to think much of Warner’s dancing skills in the video and commented on the post to make his feelings known.

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Lynn’s comment read: “David we need to have a word.”

While other users urged Lynn to do so, Warner replied to his Australian teammate saying, “about what, I’m 33 and no idea what’s happening. Can you help me pleaseeeeee”.

Lynn and Warner’s comment

In his previous TikTok videos, though, he have been a massive hit. The one in which David Warner can be seen dancing with his daughter Indi to Katrina Kaif’s blockbuster song — ‘Sheila Ki Jawani’ took social media by storm and he was widely praised for his dancing skills.

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Within an hour of sharing the video on Instagram, it had over 250,000 views.

Warner announced hi arrival into the world of TikTok by lip-syncing the hit song ‘Never seen the rain’ by Australian singer and songwriter Toni Watson, better known as ‘Tones and I’.

Warner was expected to lead the Indian Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise SunRisers Hyderabad (SRH) in IPL 2020 but that has been delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. On Thursday, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) confirmed the indefinite postponement of the cash-rich league.

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The IPL had already been pushed back from its original start date of March 29 to April 15 and a further delay was inevitable after the government extended a three-week lockdown has been extended till May 3.