One of the best moments you can experience as a person is when your idol presents a personalized gift. England Women’s team cricketer Danielle Wyatt recently took to social media, on Sunday, to share a picture of a bat claiming it to be a gift from the Indian skipper Virat Kohli himself.
But she was hilariously trolled by many fans for the spelling mistake she did while writing the name of Indian skipper.
The bat had the words, Virat Kholi instead of Virat Kohli. As the Indian fans came out in masses to make fun at Danielle Wyatt for not having the right spelling, they would have expected her to apologize for making such a silly error.
But the twist here is, it was revealed that the words were not written by her at all. In fact, it was written by Virat’s own bat-maker, which just goes to show that people make mistakes. However, Danielle has made a stunning comeback to shut down the trolls on her for the mistake.
Her message read, “Gets me trolled? His bat maker wrote it not me Durrrr #wakeywakey.”
Gets me trolled? 🤣🤣🤣His bat maker wrote it not me durrrrrrr 🙄 #wakeywakey
— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) September 11, 2017
This is not the first time a cricketer or a celebrity has been trolled after making a small mistake.
Recently, Bollywood actress Preity Zinta was trolled for wishing Shah Rukh Khan all the best for the final of Caribbean Premier League after the match got over.
— Preity zinta (@realpreityzinta) September 10, 2017
It is sometimes very upsetting to see the way fans dish out such mean comments over such an ordinary and silly thing. Wyatt however, took it in the right spirit and included a lot of smileys in her tweet, so no harm was done.
Kohli has presented bats to other players in the past, with the most popular gift being the bat he presented to Mohammad Amir on his return post a match-fixing scandal. Kohli is generally considered a very warm and genuine person who loves gifting.