Jofra Archer took to Twitter to call out a distasteful tweet in which a user shared a video of Cristiano Ronaldo working out with his daughter with a ‘terrible’ caption.
Cristiano Ronaldo shared a video of himself working out with his daughter (Screengrab from @Cristiano Instagram)
- Jofra Archer called out the ‘terrible’ social media post about Ronaldo
- The Manchester United fan urged the user to remove the post
- Ronaldo can be seen working out with his daughter in the adorable video
England fast bowler Jofra Archer expressed his disgust over a distasteful social media post about Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo.
At a time when hatred is becoming commonplace on social media, celebrities are prone to seeing distasteful comments and criticism that is far from constructive.
In a recent episode, a nameless user posted a video of Cristiano Ronaldo working out with his daughter. The adorable video was shared with a ‘terrible’ caption that seems to have irked Manchester United fan Jofra Archer.
“This is a terrible tweet please delete it,” Jofra Archer wrote on Twitter.
Notably, Ronaldo had shared the adorable video of him working out with his daughter on Instagram earlier this week. He had captioned the video: “No excuses”.
This is a terrible tweet please delete it https://t.co/AkD94hviEF
Jofra Archer (@JofraArcher) February 14, 2020
While social media allows celebrities to instantly connect with their fans and promote their brand, it certainly makes them vulnerable to personal posts that can prove detrimental.
India’s batting great Rahul Dravid had spoken in the past about why he chose to stay away from Twitter, stressing there is hardly any constructive criticism on the platform.
“Personally, I’m not a great fan of Twitter. Some of the feedback you get on social networking sites like Twitter is really poor and, sometimes, personal. The U-19 boys sometimes show me the comments they get on Twitter. I don’t know why someone would want to put themselves in line to read stuff like that, which is not at all constructive,” Dravid had said.
“It’s like standing at the boundary line. Back in our days, when we would stand at the boundary, we would get a lot of abuse when our back was turned to the crowd. But the moment you turned around and faced the crowd, the same guys will gush about your game and want to shake your hand.
“Twitter is like a mob. At the end of the day, it is nameless and faceless people who you’re allowing access to yourself.”