Sania Mirza, Veena Malik get into nasty Twitter spat after Pak loss

Pakistan’s humiliating loss to India in their World Cup
encounter at Old Trafford on Sunday hasn’t gone down well with the fans and
more than the result, the supporters have complained about the lack of intent.
In fact, some fans also released photos of players like Shoaib Malik, Imad
Wasim and Wahab Riaz partying till late night on the eve of the game with
Maliks wife Sania Mirza giving them company. This has seen a war of words
between Pakistan actress Veena Malik and Mirza.

Taking to Twitter, Malik wrote: “Sania, I am actually
so worried for the kid. You guys took him to a sheesha place isn’t it
Hazardious? (sic) Also as far as I know Archie’s is all about junk food which
isn’t good for athletes/Boys. You must know well as you are mother and athlete

Not one to take things lying down, Mirza made it clear that
she knows how to take care of her child and also that she isn’t the teacher of
the Pakistan cricketers.

“Veena,I have not taken my kid to a sheesha place. Not
that it’s any of your or the rest of the world’s business cause I think I care
bout my son a lot more than anyone else does 🙂 secondly I am not Pakistan
cricket team’s dietician nor am I their mother or principal or teacher to know
when they sleep,wake up and eat .. thank you for your concern though .. means a
lot (sic),” she wrote.

While Malik didn’t respond any further, Mirza went on to
write: “Twitter cracks me up?? and some ppl for sure .. you guys really
need other mediums of taking your frustrations out ..peace out guys ??? it’s
break time??(sic).”

Mirza’s husband Shoaib also added his bit on Twitter and
wrote: “On behalf of all athletes I would like to request media and people
to maintain respect levels in regards to our families, who should not be
dragged into petty discussions at will. It’s not a nice thing to do.”


Interestingly, the Pakistan Cricket Board has come out with
a clarification that the photos of the players dining and partying till late on
the eve of the high-voltage clash is actually not from the eve of the game.

“The cricketers did not violate their curfew,” a
PCB spokesperson told DawnNewsTV.

“The videos and photographs that went viral (on social
media) are from two days before the match. The day before the match against
India, all the players were in their hotel rooms by curfew time.”

But the fans are clearly not impressed and there has been
heavy trolling of the Pakistan players on twitter with some fans even making
their displeasure known after Sarfaraz Ahmed and team surrendered meekly
against Virat Kohli and boys in Manchester.


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