Babar Azam’s ‘Rude Behaviour’ towards Fans sparks Debate

A video of Babar Azam allegedly being rude to his fans has gone viral on social media, sparking a debate among netizens.

Babar Azam's 'Rude Behaviour' towards Fans sparks Debate f

"Will you? Don't get on my nerves"

A recent video of Babar Azam circulating on Instagram has sparked mixed reactions among fans.

The video showcases the cricketer taking selfies with enthusiastic fans in Cardiff but also displays his apparent irritation with those requesting a photo opportunity.

The overexcited fans, eager to capture a moment with the cricket star, were met with a stern response from Babar Azam.

Babar looked quite angry as he walked out in the street with security and a crowd following him.

Babar asked them to wait, saying:

“Will you give me two minutes? Will you? Don’t get on my nerves, Merey Uper Nahi Charho.”

He then gestured to people with his hand to move back and security staff started shoving people back.

The security personnel present also seemed unhappy with the fans’ behaviour, which was deemed disruptive.

Fans have responded with varying opinions, with some supporting Babar Azam’s right to privacy.

One social media user commented: “It’s not rude; at times it becomes tough to be nice to irritating fans.”

One said: “We are all humans after all anyone can get hyper who knows what kind of stress he has, put yourself in his place.

“Let’s say you are having a completely rough day and suddenly you are getting rushed on by your siblings or friends.

“It’s very likely that you may react even more harshly, and he has lots of responsibilities. Don’t judge people for a single mistake.”

Another wrote: “People do not have manners and don’t know how to behave with celebrities.”

 

 
 
 
 
 
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On the other hand, some people criticised Babar Azam, accusing him of “showing his true colours”.

One user wrote:

“He’s showing his true colours now that he is getting famous. Fame and fortune have gone to his head.”

Another added: “Babar wasn’t like this before.”

One questioned: “An ugly person like him got famous and he is now thinking that he is a big shot?”

Another asked: “Who does he think he is? To have that much attitude, you have to have a strong personality and you have to be good-looking.”

Babar Azam is currently in Cardiff for Pakistan’s T20I series against England.

He will then travel for the T20 World Cup, which is co-hosted by the United States and the West Indies.

The first match gets underway on June 2, 2024.



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