Cricketer Imad Wasim Held A Q&A With Fans And It Did Not Go Well

By Sarmad Amer | 8 May, 2016

Following the steps of ‘selfie raja’ Ahmad Shahzad, cricketer Imad Wasim decided to hold a Q&A of his very own:


Unfortunately for him (fortunately for us :P), fans were more eager to troll him, quite like Shahzad, actually.

Here are some of the funniest interactions from the session with fans:


People were quick to catch on to the lack of Imad’s high profile in the game


And they were rather mean to the poor guy


While some were not cool with him following certain ‘selfie lover‘s’ footsteps


Others thought he’d do well as an Akmal


There were those who wanted to pair him with famous women



And those who couldn’t handle his burger-ness


This critical fan had questions about Imad’s questionable performance in the PSL


And this one wanted to know the answer to a burning question


This super fan had rather personal questions to ask Imad


And this one wanted to know about his past life


This person thought Imad was a neem hakeem


While this fan thought he was a psychic


But the biggest question most people had was this

Sorry Imad, looks like you’d have to take a couple dozen selfies to become famous. Better luck next time, buddy.

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