R Ashwin teases David Warner after India government announces TikTok ban alongwith 58 other Chinese apps

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India veteran off-spinner R Ashwin has taken a dig at Australian opener and recently emerged social media star David Warner after the Indian government decided to ban Tik Tok.

As tensions along the border continue, the Government of India on Monday announced a ban on Chinese apps diverting data and those with privacy issues.

Government has announced a ban on 59 such Chinese apps, including Tik Tok. Government has decided to disallow the usage of these apps both in mobile and non-mobile Internet-enabled devices.

David Warner has been quite active on Tik Tok after Covid-19 pandemic forced suspension of cricketing activities. The Australian had been posting his dance videos along with his wife and daughters on the app.

After getting on to the video sharing platform following request from his daughters, Warner has gone on to become one of the most popular celebrities on TikTok.

Talking to India Today about his fun videos, Warner had said the reason why he switched to social media was to bring smiles on people’s faces in the time when people are trying to cope with the Covid-19 pandemic.

“We have to think out of the box. For me, it was about putting smiles on the people’s faces. Through TikTok, Twitter, and Instagram, my family and I have been able to do that,” Warner said.

David Warner danced on Bollywood and Tollywood numbers, enacted famous Indian movie dialogues and got appreciated from someone like Akshay Kumar for his newly-acquired.

After India captain Virat Kohli commented on one of his video, Sunrisers Hydearabd captain asked him to also join the platform. There was also a moment when fellow cricketers trolled Warner for his TikTok antics but the swashbuckling all-rounder took all the criricims with open arm and decalred his family ‘crazy’.

Fans also came in numbers to troll David warner and memes of the most ridiculous quality were shared.

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