Ahmad Shahzad Tried Holding A Fan Q&A But The Trolls Were Ruthless… Yet Again

By Sarmad Amer | 8 Mar, 2017

Selfie king and part-time cricketer Ahmad Shahzad has an extensive presence of social media. And he’s rather active, as well.


Ahmad keeps his fans updated with his life through his social media accounts, quite frequently.

A post shared by Ahmad Shahzad (@iahmadshahzad) on


He’s particularly fond of Twitter


And he appears to love interacting with his fans on Twitter


So, Ahmad held a Question and Answer session on Twitter last night

Guess he hadn’t learned from what happened the last time he had a Twitter Q&A

It wasn’t just the fans who trolled him, his fellow players were pretty ruthless with him, as well.

And the same happened this time

It started off pretty mild, with people just asking him about his career graph

And asking him questions about his feelings


But then it took a downward spiral


And things started unraveling


People reminded Ahmad of his dismal performance on field


And off of it


There were some who started comparing him with famous cricketers around the world


And there were many personal questions as well


This creepy stalker even tracked down Ahmad’s house

And one of his neighbors tried to register a complaint against Ahmad’s pet dogs

Of course people asked Ahmad about his buddy Shahid Afridi

And there were some phateechar jokes being cracked


And then there was this guy


But despite everything, people wanted a selfie with the selfie king


Can’t wait for the next Q&A, Ahmad bhai.

Cover image via: arysports.tv

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