Shivam Dubey who is going to represent team Chennai Super Kings from the upcoming IPL season, uploaded a tweet expressing his love towards his newly born kid as he is going to miss him for a couple of months in order to attend the training in CSK camp and play and matches for them. However, the choice of the words the cricketer opted didn’t go well with the users of the micro blogging social media site.
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In the 2022 IPL Mega Auction, Shivam Dube who was playing for Rajasthan Royals, was bought by Chennai Super Kings for Rs. 4 crore. On the second day of the auction, Dube gave birth to his son. Sharing the picture of his wife holding his son, Dube wrote “Bundle of happiness arrives in our life … blessed with a baby boy … 👨👩👦❤️” as his post’s caption.
Here’s his post :
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Now, team Chennai Super kings, the current champions of the t20 league have already begun preparations to defend their title under Dhoni’s captaincy. The skipper landed in Surat on Wednesday for the training camp alongside the support staff including Balaji and other support staffs. Other players including newly bought Shivam Dube also had to leave for Surat for training.
Ahead of the same, Dube came up with an emotional post in his official twitter handle, expressing his emotions towards his newly born child as he is going to miss him for the next couple of months. “The greatest day of my life is the first day of your life. Miss you my son … #family #son” Dube’s caption for his post read.
Check out his post below :
— Shivam Dube (@IamShivamDube) March 2, 2022
The cricketer’s post didn’t go well with many of his followers who came up with comments asking him to change the caption. Online users wanted Dube to phrase the sentence as “I am going to miss you” instead of “Miss you” as they think it gives different meaning.
Check out some of the reactions below :
I thought something wrong 😬🥺❤
— பவித்ரா™ (@am_pavii) March 2, 2022
Bro, those choice of words. Be careful.
— NEO (@normaly_abnorml) March 2, 2022
The kid is alright… The dad needs some communication lesson 😐 https://t.co/NuwzT1lOGh
— Aravind Shankar Kandasamy (@aravindshankar) March 3, 2022
Delete this tweet and post again with wise words. Choose proper words while tweeting. https://t.co/Pb21GcHsn2
— Shailaja Anchan (@Shaila_2502) March 3, 2022
— ℳя. 尺CB வில்லங்கம் (@Vineethian) March 3, 2022
Got me sad for a second https://t.co/NXW9UaLmlL
— Janani ツ (@janu_sportcrazy) March 3, 2022
Hello all celebrities. Hire me as your caption writer so you don’t freak out all of Twitter, leaving people horrified. When all you wanted to do was share a sweet post https://t.co/yypi58xvMv
— Chirag Mahabal (@ChiragMahabal) March 3, 2022
— GumNaam Hai Koi (@Gumnam_Hai__Koi) March 3, 2022
Dubey saab, don’t type these type of caption 🙏🏼 correct it with gonna miss you my son* ♥️(on the gap of 2 months) https://t.co/uKzWL5cGS1
— Rahul Sinha👑 (@rahulkl08) March 3, 2022
Caption 🤦♀️😒 For a moment I thought something else 😰 https://t.co/5k8xk2mxPm
— ⟦🅰️⟧ (@ohnadaanparinde) March 3, 2022
லூசு தயாளி என்ன டா கேப்ஷன் அது 🤬🤬 https://t.co/61g5ymC5Jv
— ℳર.கௌசி𓃬 (@koshi_twits) March 3, 2022
Neenga Hindi laye caption podunga sir namaku dhan English varla la https://t.co/0Q63Duew7e
— Chocolate chip cookie (@Cookiehuntr) March 3, 2022
பைத்தியம் மாதிரி டுவீட் பண்ணிருக்கான்.. பாத்ததும் பக்குன்னு ஆயிடுச்சி. https://t.co/dQAOBJngyY
— Bigilanandha (@bigilanandha) March 3, 2022