Controversial commentator Sanjay Manjrekar has again invited the trolls with his latest post on Twitter. In recent times, the former Indian cricketer faced a lot of bashing because of his comments on the cricketers. However, on this occasion, the latter became a victim of trolls because of his tweet on “Being a parent”. The 54-year old revealed the conversation of his son to his sister who said “how dad was wrong”. Manjrekar, who felt the conversation to be amusing, tweeted the part of the conversation but only managed to invite a lot of trolls from the netizens. Ravindra Jadeja Slams Sanjay Manjrekar On Twitter, Says 'Enough of Your Verbal Diarrhoea', Check Controversial Tweet.
“My son on speaker phone to his sister. “I got a revelation the other day about how dad was wrong.🤨 #BeingAParent” wrote Manjrekar on the microblogging website. Not much time ago, the renowned commentator faced a lot of criticism for calling Ravindra Jadeja a “bits and pieces cricketer”. On this, the former was bashed not only by the cricket fans but also by Jadeja himself who lashed onto Manjrekar. Since then, the former batsman was trolled regularly on social media and his latest Twitter post didn’t get a different response either.
My son on speaker phone to his sister. “I got a revelation the other day about how dad was wrong.🤨#BeingAParent
— Sanjay Manjrekar (@sanjaymanjrekar) October 29, 2019
He might have heard you on the Comm Box
— Hariharan Durairaj (@hari_durairaj) October 29, 2019
Samjh m nhi aaya
— vikas ranjan (@vikasra20613960) October 29, 2019
A Grammar Nazi!!
You have forgotten to close the double quotes, Sanjay.....
— Kaustav Dasgupta🇮🇳 (@KDasgupta_18) October 29, 2019
Jadeja Here Too!!
He must speak to @imjadeja on this topic.
— Ashish Patil (@imashpatil) October 29, 2019
Hope he hasn't started listening to your commentary.😛
— My conscience/என் மனசாட்சி (@machanae1) October 29, 2019
Manjrekar is a seasoned commentator and was also a part of the expert panel in the recently concluded India vs South Africa 2019 series. Before donning the commentator’s cap, Manjrekar served Indian cricket and has represented India in 37 Tests and 74 ODIs. However, the latter grabbed more recognition as a cricket expert and will be seen giving his voice in the upcoming India vs Bangladesh T20I series.