Self-isolation has inspired people to do some crazy stuff, and Australian cricketers Aaron Finch and David Warner are leading the charge.
Like celebrities who are loving the lock-down time of Coronavirus … also our favourite Australian cricketer is doing the same. He’s seen loving every minute of this quarantine period and making his fans go gaga with his TikTok videos. To your delight, this Australian batsman is building a social network storm with his TikTok craze. Yeah, you noticed that right now! With his TikTok posts, this guy is transforming into a local celebrity.
The two Australian batsmen were fond of the social media platform TikTok, Warner being a regular uploader in particular. The 33-year-old has been sharing brief clips to his fans, with posts varying from adorable to outright cringe-worthy.
We have placed together a few TikTok videos of this cricketer for our fans … take a peek and go to ROFL!!! The new one is a brilliant one where Warner is seen taking on #mariochallenge!
David Warner and his wife Candice and daughter Indi are also seen performing a Tamil song in a lungi outfit and sporting trendy sunnies … this is certainly a wonderful video as we watched this amazing cricketer imitating our South Indian style sporting a lungi and shaking his legs with our dance moves.
Warner also tweeted, “We’re back again! # challenge # family # boredinthehouse # isolation @candywarner1,” Warner wrote. Coming to the third one… It is the best!!! David is seen dancing for the famous song “Butta Bomma” by Allu Arjun with his wife Candice. They’re both seen trying to copy the iconic ‘Hands’ move in this TikTok clip.
The cricketer was appointed captain of the SunRisers Hyderabad in IPL 2020, but this was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
On Thursday, the Control Board for Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the indefinite postponement of the cash-rich season.
The IPL got held back from its initial launch date of 29 March to 15 April, and a further delay was likely after the government prolonged the lockout to at least 3 May.
In view of the emerging global health issues surrounding COVID-19 and the quarantine initiatives introduced by the Government of India, the IPL Board of Directors of the BCCI has agreed that the IPL 2020 Season will be postponed until further notice.
On Monday, David showed that he wasn’t afraid to share his sense of humour when he took part in the Flip the Switch competition.
While, Candice, a former lifesaver, is seen rowing in the distance.
After a few seconds, the pair switch places, and then we see David wearing Candice’s swimsuit while she’s wearing his. The social media challenge needs two people to swap roles and styles in a video.
In the video posted with his TikTok and Instagram accounts, David is seen sporting his green and gold cricket uniforms.
With more than 2.6 million followers on Instagram, David is proving to be a success on TikTok’s social media site, with 945,500 subscribers and 5.6 million just nine days after he signed up.
He may be one of our best cricketers, but David Warner is fast becoming an all-star Australian Tik-Tokker.
The Test Opener enjoys an incredible 218 million video streaming views since it signed up in April.
As other celebrities around the globe, Warner was drawn to the social media site in solitude, making amusing videos with Candice’s wife and their three sons.
Warner definitely knows his fan base, with family videos dancing along with popular Bollywood songs going viral in India.