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Four Infamous Influencers Denied Entry By India Ahead of World Cup

The ICC World Cup 2023 won't have these cringe-worthy online personas adorning the stands, which has made the Pakistani community laugh at the news of their admittance denial.

According to reports, India has apparently made a somewhat odd choice by refusing visas to four notorious social media celebrities, which is an unexpected and perhaps wonderful turn of events.

The actor Momin Saqib, the YouTuber Ducky Bhai, the podcaster Nadir Ali, and the Indian TikToker living in the UAE known as ‘Love Khaani,’ who previously infamously pretended to be a Pakistani during the Asia Cup, are the four individuals whose visa applications are being scrutinized. The news of their visa refusal sparked a flood of joy and laughter, with Twitter emerging as the focus of amusing responses.

The ability of this unforeseen turn of events to temporarily bring cricket fans from Pakistan and India together is perhaps its most interesting feature. While the rivalry between the two countries is renowned and sometimes heated on the cricket field, it seems that both sides agree on one thing: a common dislike of embarrassing conduct during crucial cricket matchups. Even the toughest cricket foes can find common ground in the face of outrageous acts, as seen by the amusing responses that flooded social media.

The contempt for these influences is partly due to their reputation for outrageous behavior during cricket matches between Pakistan and India. Momin Saqib, Nadir Ali, and Ducky Bhai have all gained notoriety for their bizarre antics and embarrassing outbursts, which usually draw attention away from the actual game.

Momin Saqib and Ducky Bhai both used their personal Twitter accounts to address the subject and clear up any misunderstandings. Although there were conflicting replies to their answers, it did lend an intriguing aspect to the story that was developing.

The cricket rivalry between India and Pakistan will always be heated on the field, and this is what draws fans from all over the globe to these games. But it seems that everyone can agree that embarrassing behavior is best avoided on the field. Cricket fans from both countries may now anticipate a fierce and sportsmanlike battle as the ICC World Cup 2023 draws near, free from the distractions that these influences may have introduced to the game.

Ultimately, it serves as a reminder that cricket is about skill, sportsmanship, and the excitement of playing the game itself – an idea that cuts over national boundaries and rivalries.

The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Coverpage’s editorial stance

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