Boom Boom Shahid Afridi has landed in hot water for his pretentious on-field claim and off-field activities and hypocrisy after getting a facial done by a woman.
The Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi retired from international cricket but still manages to remain in the spotlight. Whether Lala’s on-field antics or his views regarding women cricket, the boom boom Afridi has a talent of landing in the hot waters.
In a recent leak, a picture of Shahid Afridi circulating on the social media in which the former cricketer has been seen getting a facial from a woman that stirred up the internet.
ایک کرکٹ میچ کی تقریب میں ایک عورت نے رسمی طور پر شاہد آفریدی سے ہاتھ ملانا چاہا تھا تو کیمروں کے سامنے انکار نہیں کر دیا تھا ۔۔۔۔ ؟@SAfridiOfficial— People Of Pakistan (@peopleopakistan) September 29, 2020
in #Dubai for brand shooting Red heartRed heart#ShAhidAfriDi #AfriDi #Lalaaa #Dxb #shooting#HopeNotOut@TEAM_AFRIDI pic.twitter.com/DXDc3GFNae
This Afridi getting facial done from a woman reminds us all an incident happened in his prime when Shahid Afridi refused to shake hands with a woman who was presenting him an award for man of the match performance.
Afridi finally agrees to be touched by a woman he refused to shake hands with in 2016 after she reappears a few years later in niqaab 🖤— History Of Pakistan (@OldPakHistory) September 30, 2020
Dubai 2020 pic.twitter.com/odHb54vpN5
The citizens of Pakistan called Shahid Afridi a hypocrite due to his on-field claim and off-field activities.
Recently the former Pakistani cricketer turned himself into a welfare worker in order to improve the lives of millions, pointed fingers at Pakistan head coach Misbah-ul-Haq for being the reason for Pakistan’s loss to India in World Cup 2011 semi-final due to his slow batting. However, after some time he explained that the statement was reported out of context, and said that the publisher only wanted to give it a sensational headline.
Shahid Khan Afridi was also offered a mentorship opportunity in regard to Saudi cricketers, as Saudi representatives requested Pakistan to help promote cricket in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.