Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp are great sources of fake news. If you are looking for some good fake news, give a chance to these two platforms and they will give you more than expected.
Cricketer Harbhajan Singh recently became the victim of a fake news which quoted a fake statement with his name. The fake statement read as -“If Rohit Doesn’t Select By The Test Team India,,,, Then I Will Blindly Support Team Australia”
While anyone who understands the English grammar a little bit can tell that this news was fake, Harbhajan himself took to Twitter and told same to his followers. He wrote-
FAKE SOCIAL MEDIA!
I don’t know who and how these people are attributing these stupid quotes to me! Stop everything, and let’s cheer for India!
FAKE SOCIAL MEDIA!
I don't know who and how these people are attributing these stupid quotes to me! Stop everything, and let's cheer for India! pic.twitter.com/U0aV9oA1y5
— Harbhajan Turbanator (@harbhajan_singh) December 2, 2018
You can also check the picture below-
As soon as Harbhajan put it on Twitter, this is how his followers reacted-
Pahle @virendersehwag sir sikar hue phir ap
— LαW SiNgH RaJpuT (@Imlawsingh52) December 2, 2018
😂 lol 😂
— Bharath (@Bharathapril) December 2, 2018
I know u will always support team India blindly no Matter what's the team n opposition.
— Nikhil Jawahar (@NikhilJawahar) December 2, 2018
Leave it Bhajji.Passing clouds.
— Indian Tamil (@TamilMySoul) December 2, 2018
English vi ni check keeti nalaek ne 😜
— Adarsh Sharma (@adarsh611) December 2, 2018
Mumbai Indians ke taraf se ye mission Churu hua hai bhajji 😂😂
— NABA tyrion (@NabaJust) December 2, 2018
पाजी पागलो की कमी नही है आप टेंसन ना ले हम निपट लेंगे
— दर्पण स्वर्णकार बीजेपी (@dkswarnkar92) December 2, 2018
nd Paji u are good with tenses and Vocab we know itz not u
— Syed Rizvi (@SyedRiz46367215) December 2, 2018
There should be really a way to control spreading of the fake news on social media.