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Girl tweets about Muhammad Ali and gets famous — for all the wrong reasons!

No one knows whether to laugh or cry.

Updated: July 23, 2016 1:56:38 pm

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At a time when everyone across the planet are mourning the loss of boxing legend Muhammad Ali, Twitter user Anadita Patel seems to have settled the “greatest footballer of all time” debate once and for all.

Anadita, who was a relatively unknown name until a few hours ago, started to trend on Twitter after she wrote that Ali is better than the likes of Maradona, Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo put together.

Twitter user @BollywoodGandu found the tweet and tweeted a screenshot of it to his followers.

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The tweet went viral immediately with everyone were lashing out at her ‘general knowledge’. She, however, issued a clarification later and deleted her account soon after she became a trending topic on Twitter. Screenshots of her clarification are currently doing rounds.

The Twitter universe was replete with reactions, some calling her Alia Bhatt’s best friend while others calling her Rahul Gandhi’s sister.



Very few out of the Twitter universe came out in her support.


As soon as she deactivated her account, fake profiles and fan profiles started building up.

Kerala sports minister also managed to mess with the death of the great sportsman by praising the gold medals he had won for the state!

Twitter clearly had a field day today.

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