David Warner responds hilariously when a fan asked him to make a TikTok video with Virat Kohli

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David Warner, Virat Kohli (Image Source: AFP)

Ever since lockdown has kicked off globally, cricketers have increased their presence on various social media platforms. One such cricketer is explosive Australian opener David Warner, who has become quite a sensation on social media platforms, especially on short video message sharing app TikTok.


Warner often posts videos involving his daughters, wife and sometimes some other family members as well. This has helped to escalate his fan following on TikTok. Since his debut on the entertaining application, Warner is trying hard to convince the Indian captain Virat Kohli to join TikTok but hasn’t achieved any success yet.

However, it seems Warner is in no mood to give up as he again made a fresh effort. On Friday, the Aussie superstar shared a picture of himself with Indian skipper on Instagram, where he asked fans to give it an appropriate caption.


“Caption this!! I am not joining Tiktok ok!! I can’t wait to get back on the park and play again, but in all seriousness, it will be a great battle as always against India. #summerofcricket #sport #fun,” Warner captioned the picture on Instagram.

One fan commented and asked whether fans could see a TikTok video of Warner and Kohli. To which, Warner said that he wants Kohli to make a dinosaur video.


“I want Virat to do a dinosaur one” replied Warner.

David Warner (Instagram)

Another fan asked the ‘pocket dynamite’ why has he stopped making his own videos as everyone knows it is a significant source of entertainment, especially during this pandemic. Warner responded to the question and said more videos would follow soon.

“I haven’t yet more to come,” Warner retorted.


David Warner responds (Instagram)

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