"Boxhead I Think...": Darren Bravo Trolls David Warner For His "Woke The Beast" Video
West Indies batsman Darren Bravo left a comment on David Warner's latest Instagram post that left fans in splits.
David Warner posted a video on Instagram showcasing unique camera trick
West Indies batsman Darren Bravo trolled him with an epic comment
On Thursday, Mitchell Johnson also trolled Warner for his TikTok videos
David Warner, who has taken social media by storm with a series of TikTok videos, came up with another hilarious post on Instagram on Friday. In his latest post, Warner can be seen pulling off an amazing camera trick, with Telugu song 'Ramuloo Ramulaa' playing in the background. "Woke the beast what can you see with your eyes at the end?? #challenge #gettingbetter #fun #justsmile," Warner captioned the post. While fans on social media were impressed with Warner's latest post, West Indies batsman Darren Bravo took a cheeky dig at the Australian opener and called him a "boxhead". "Boxhead I think you need for cricket to start back @davidwarner31," Darren Bravo left a comment on Warner's Instagram post.
On Thursday, Warner's former Australia teammate Mitchell Johnson also trolled the left-handed explosive batsman.
Making fun of Warner's humour, Johnson went a step further and labelled him as inapt for doing all this. "I would say you've officially lost it but not sure you ever had it Bull," Johnson replied on the video.
Warner has a massive fan following in Hyderabad due to his association with SunRisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Earlier this week, he shared a video where he was lip-syncing a famous Telugu movie dialogue from a 2006 action-thriller 'Pokiri', starring Mahesh Babu.
Warner, dressed in his SRH kit with a bat in hand, delivered the dialogue with complete gusto. However, the Australian didn't have any clue about which movie the dialogue was from so he asked his fans to guess.
The 33-year-old would have been leading the Hyderabad-based franchise in the 13th edition of the IPL but due to the coronavirus pandemic, the lucrative tournament was postponed indefinitely as a precautionary measure.