'Oh Kohli, What have you done?' was the response of fans when Indian skipper Virat Kohli's reply to a mean comment went viral and not only social media but even news channels started debating on it.
Virat launched an app on his 30th birthday and had a segment of 'response to mean comments' where he replied to digs and trolls at him. There was a question which read, “Over-rated batsman. Personally, I see nothing special in his batting. I enjoy watching English and Australian batsmen more than these Indians.”
Kohli tried to give the troll back. He responded, “Okay, I don’t think you should live in India then... you should go and live somewhere else no. Why are you living in our country and loving other countries? I don’t mind you not liking me but I don’t think you should live in our country and like other things. Get your priorities right.”
The Twitter users were clearly not impressed by Virat's answer where he asked those who love players from other nation to leave India.
Here is their response:
Virat Kohli "I don't think you should live in India, go and live somewhere else. Why are you living in our country and loving other countries" pic.twitter.com/YbPG97Auyn— Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) November 6, 2018
Obviously he is asking Indians not liking Indian cricketers to leave India (WTF!), I just asked it the other way for fun.— H (@Hramblings) November 6, 2018
That's GO TO PAKISTAN on another level :P https://t.co/4dbj9M7bTY— Silly Point (@FarziCricketer) November 6, 2018
Isn't Kohli a Federer fan?— Mihir (@_buggywhip) November 7, 2018
He should leave India for liking Federer over Yuki or Saketh or Ram. https://t.co/GZPn34uA1R
Much the same way people of Indian origin in Australia and England cheer for India whilst enjoying the perks of being citizens of those countries. What say @imVkohli ? Please ask all NRIs to support the baggy green on your tour to Australia next month https://t.co/ZPlLWmohc9— Asif (@asif737NG) November 7, 2018
Kohli's such a natural narrow-minded jock that this side of his comes through even in something that looks like a scripted PR moment https://t.co/5ACXHckWwV— Uday Bhatia (@yooday) November 7, 2018