Quetta Gladiators batsman, Umar Akmal, lost his cool and snapped at a journalist, after being questioned about his Tiktok videos and fitness.

While speaking to media on Sunday in Karachi, the hard-hitting batsman wasn’t amused with the line of questioning and requested the media to refrain from talking about his personal life.

“Who has told you that I frequently upload videos on TikTok?” questioned Akmal.

“It is my personal life and it is in front of everyone. It would be better if you refrain from asking such questions,” he added.

Akmal also brushed aside any concerns about his fitness.

“Fitness is in front of you. I am not the only one. If you ask other players about it, they will also answer it in the same way,” he said.

I have worked very hard on my fitness and I am feeling super fit,” he added.


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Recently, former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi said that Akmal should be thankful enough to the Gladiators to pick him up again despite his poor performances.

The other franchises were not interested in drafting Akmal, making Quetta’s offer a blessing in disguise for the player.

“Umar Akmal should thank Quetta Gladiators because other franchises were not interested in picking him in PSL. Umar Akmal has problem of fitness since quite a long. I like him as a batter, but Umar Akmal still has to work upon his fitness a lot,” said Afridi.

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