Fans reaction after Rohit Sharma’s twitter account got hacked

Ahead of the first Test match against Sri Lanka in Mohali on March 4th, India skipper Rohit Sharma tweeted a series of cryptic tweets on Twitter on Tuesday, which has gone viral all over social media as fans express concern about the matter and believe that the Mumbai Indians’ skipper’s official Twitter account has been hacked by hackers.

Rohit Sharma, who just led India to a 3-0 series win over Sri Lanka, tweeted a series of obnoxious tweets that left users wondering what was wrong with him. The India captain will also lead his maiden Test match at the age of 35 against the same opposition in Mohali, which will also be Virat Kohli’s hundredth Test match. Regrettably, this will take place behind closed doors. Meanwhile, here’s a list of tweets Rohit sent out today that have fans wondering if his Twitter account has been hacked.

‘I love coin tosses…especially when they end up in my belly!’, reads a tweet from India captain Rohit Sharma.

The second tweet read, ‘Bzz….! Did you know? Buzzing beehives make for great boxing bags!’.

Fans on Twitter, of course, were going to cause a riot with their amusing quips and witty lines. Let’s look at a few of them:

Rohit Sharma’s next appearance will be on March 4, when India takes on Sri Lanka in the first Test at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali.

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