Yash Dayal Apologizes After Receiving Backlash For Posting A Community Story On Instagram.
But screenshots were taken and they quickly went viral on social media before he could even delete it.
Following his Instagram story, which he later deleted, Gujarat Titans pacer Yash Dayal courted controversy on Monday afternoon.
He immediately deleted the post after realizing that it contained a communal message that the majority of people did not appreciate.
However, screenshots were taken and they quickly went viral on social media before he could delete it.
After giving up five consecutive sixes against Kolkata Knight Riders in an Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 match, Yash Dayal attracted attention.
When Rinku Singh unexpectedly hit Dayal for five consecutive sixes in the final five balls of the final over, giving Kolkata the victory they needed over GT, they needed 29 runs off the final over. This was when one of the biggest heists in T20 International history occurred.
Gujarat Titans Pacer Yash Dayal issues a clarification after sharing the contentious “Love Jihad” Instagram post
This is Instagram story of Cricketer Yash Dayal.
When he got smashed by 5 sixes in 5 balls, I felt bad for him. guess I still need to learn to stop being sympathetic towards non-Muslim atheletes and celebrities. Until I know what's in their hearts. #SadaHuaSamaaj @IrfanPathan pic.twitter.com/WXejMhz2Mn
— Jokerrr (@jokerrr2_0) June 5, 2023
“Guys, I apologize for the story. It was posted accidentally. Please don’t spread hatred,” he wrote in his apology. “I appreciate it. Every community and aspect of society have my respect”.
When asked whether Yash Dayal would play again this season during the post-match show on Star Sports, Hardik responded, “I can’t confirm that.”
“After that match, he got sick and lost 7-8 kilograms. Due to the pressure he had to deal with, a viral infection spread during that time, and his current health is insufficient for playing football”.
“In the end, someone’s loss is someone else’s gain. Before we see him on the field, it will be a while”, said Hardik.