Veena Malik And Sania Mirza’s Ugly Spat on Twitter, I'm not Pakistan team's dietician nor mother, Tennis Player with Pakistani Actress. India tennis queen Sania Mirza appeared stressed out to the comments she received on social media in reaction to a viral video at Sheesha bar in Manchester. Veena Malik and Sania Mirza were involved in an argument that was initially centred around the health of a child but ended at slut-shaming and unnecessary trolling.
On the other hand, Sania Mirza too went into a Twitter battle with Pak actress Veena Malik. Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza, who is married to Pakistan all-rounder Shoaib Malik often finds herself at the centre of such storms. And after Pakistan's loss on Sunday, it wasn't any different for her. The actress is back in buzz after she posted a tweet criticising ace tennis player Sania Mirza’s parenting skills. It all started when a video of Shoaib Malik and Sania Mirza sitting at a restaurant along with their group friends who were smoking hookah went viral.
“Also as far as I know Archie's is all about junk food which isn't good for athletes/Boys. You must know well as you are mother and athlete yourself?” said Veena.
Sania, I am actually so worried for the kid. You guys took him to a sheesha place isn't it Hazardious? Also as far as I know Archie's is all about junk food which isn't good for athletes/Boys. You must know well as you are mother and athlete yourself? https://t.co/RRhaDfggus
— VEENA MALIK (@iVeenaKhan) 17 June 2019
“I am not Pakistan cricket team’s dietitian nor am I their mother or principal or teacher,” bristled Mirza at the Pakistani actress.
Veena,I hav not taken my kid to a sheesha place. Not that it’s any of your or the rest of the world’s business cause I think I care bout my son a lot more than anyone else does 🙂 secondly I am not Pakistan cricket team’s dietician nor am I their mother or principal or teacher https://t.co/R4lXSm794B
— Sania Mirza (@MirzaSania) 17 June 2019
Mirza cooled down in a later tweet and ended the dialogue, thanking Malik. “Thank you for your concern though. Means a lot,” she said.
Mirza seemed refreshed in a later tweet. “Twitter cracks me up. And some people for sure,” she said, advising that people should use other mediums to take their frustrations out.