Former Pakistan Cricketer Wasim Akram had a hilarious reaction after his wife Shaniera Akram spotted him wearing underwear on the microblogging site Twitter. Conversations on social media can be really funny at times and it was the talk of the town when these two celebrities exchanged words on social media.
Incidentally, on 30th March 2021, Shaniera Akram, the wife of the legendary Wasim Akram posted a hilarious tweet that has garnered the attention of the cricketing world. Shaniera revealed that she had opened Twitter in the morning and the first thing that she found was her husband in his underwear. She ended the tweet by asking whether it was a normal affair.
Wasim Akram responds hilariously to his wife
“Opened Twitter today and the first thing I saw was a pic of my husband in his underwear!? Is that Normal?” tweeted Shaniera Akram.
Soon after his wife posted on Twitter, Wasim Akram came up with a hilarious reply which garnered a lot of reaction among the fans. Stating that it was the new normal, Akram said that he was wearing shorts and not underwear.
“It’s a new normal biwi and for your kind information they are shorts they were it then,” Wasim Akram responded.
It’s a new normal biwi and for your kind information they are shorts 🩳 they were it then 😜 https://t.co/jeDlLyf2JJ
— Wasim Akram (@wasimakramlive) March 30, 2021
Meanwhile, the picture of Wasim Akram was originally put out by cricket broadcaster Gautam Bhimani on the occasion of the festival of colours – Holi. Bhimani had posted a throwback picture, where he could be seen standing next to Wasim Akram. He also stated in the caption that it was the time when both the Indian and Pakistani sides were playing Holi in a swimming pool.
My favourite cricketing #Holi memory! The Indian and Pakistani teams playing Holi in the pool of @TajWestEnd Also the first time I met @wasimakramlive #INDvsENG #indvpak #HappyHoli pic.twitter.com/waXU7DjrIO
— Gautam Bhimani (@gbhimani) March 28, 2021
Till date, Wasim Akram remains one of the celebrated fast bowlers to play the game. In a career spanning almost two decades, the left-arm bowling colossus picked up 916 wickets in both Tests and ODIs combined. Akram was also a member of the Pakistan side that won the 1992 World Cup. The bowling great won the Man of the Match award in the final of the 1992 World Cup, by scalping three wickets with the ball and also scored a whirlwind 18-ball 33 with the willow.