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Adult film star thanks ex-Pak envoy Abdul Basit for new followers, leaves netizens in splits

While the viral tweet triggered several reactions on social media, leaving many amused. Moreover, some also trolled and came up with hilarious jokes on the same.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: September 5, 2019 2:55:07 pm
Johnny Sins, Abdul Basit, kashmir, article 370, pakistan, Abdul Basit johnny sins tweet, viral news, funny news After screenshots of his retweet went viral, the adult film star thanked the diplomat in a cheeky tweet.

In a bizarre turn of events, adult movie star Johnny Sins thanked Abdul Basit, the former High Commissioner of Pakistan to India, for gaining new followers on Twitter. The Brazzers star recently saw a surge in followers on the microblogging site after, in a gaffe, the former envoy had reportedly retweeted a post of the porn star that claimed Sins was a Kashmiri man and suffered injuries due to the use of a pellet gun.

Taking to Twitter, Sins on Tuesday gave shout out to Basit for a surge in popularity and cheekily added, “Thanks but my vision is fine.”

Basit was brutally trolled on social media after he confused the adult film star with a Kashmiri man who had shot by with a pellet gun.

The embarrassing gaffe took place when Basit retweeted a post that featured a photograph of the porn star with a caption that claimed the actor was a Kashmiri man named Yousuf, who had lost his vision after being hit by pellets. Although the former envoy did undo his retweet later, screenshots of his error went viral.

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It did not take long for people on social media the notice the blunder and troll Basit. “Former Pakistani high commissioner to India Abdul Basit mistakes Johnny Sins for a Kashmiri man who lost vision from pellet. Unreal times these, really,” read a post by journalist Naila Inayat.

The viral tweet triggered several reactions on social media, with many amused by it, Sins’ response only made things worse for the former Pakistani envoy who was trolled all over again. Most couldn’t stop laughing about events had unfolded.

Ever since the abrogation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir, the rift between India and Pakistan has escalated.

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