David Warner, who is understood for his explosive batting, has develop into well-known for his humorous Tik Tok movies all through the . Ever since becoming a member of the preferred video-sharing platform final month,which has made made him a fan favorite. On the other hand, no longer everybody in the market likes his movies, and on Thursday Warner’s former teammate Mitchell Johnson trolled him, after staring at his newest TikTok video, which he shared on his Instagram account. Making a laugh of Warner’s humour, Johnson went a step additional and labelled him as inapt for doing all this. “I might say you will have formally misplaced it however no longer certain you ever had it Bull,” Johnson spoke back at the video.
The video presentations Warner pumping air in a jam jar with a cycle pump, with “Pump up the jam” track taking part in within the background.
“He is Again Everybody!! Pump up the jam!! #boredinthehouse #bringonfriday,” Warner captioned the video.
On the other hand, Warner did not thoughts Johnson’s feedback and said that he did not have any clue in regards to the track and made the video only for a laugh sake.
“@mitchjohnson398 that is especially true mate. I simply did not perceive the track, actually concept it may well be pumped up,” Warner spoke back to Johnson’s remark.
Warner has a large fan following in Hyderabad because of his affiliation with SunRisers Hyderabad within the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Previous this week, he shared a video the place from a 2006 action-thriller ‘Pokiri’, starring Mahesh Babu.
Warner, wearing his SRH equipment with a bat in hand, delivered the discussion with whole gusto. On the other hand, the Australian did not have any clue about which film the discussion used to be from so he requested his enthusiasts to bet.
Warner is amongst one of the energetic cricketers on the preferred video-sharing platform and he all the time appears to be like for leading edge concepts to entertain his enthusiasts and thus far it sort of feels to be paying dividends, with maximum of his movies producing thousands and thousands of perspectives.