Danielle Wyatt’s Online Proposal to Virat Kohli Goes Viral; Becomes Butt of All Jokes [Top Reactions]
By Gopi Chandra Kharel | April 5, 2014 11:18 PM EST
Danielle Wyatt, a member of the women's cricket team in England, has become the butt of all jokes after she proposed Indian Cricketer Virat Kohli for marriage in a bold Twitter post. (Image: Twitter Screen Shot)
While the 22-year-old took Indian public by surprise for the hilarious one-liner proposal, the tweet became subject of further buzz due to the funny spelling error Danielle made in her tweet:
Kholi marry me!!!
— Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) April 4, 2014
In Hindi language, 'Kholi' means a shack.
At the time of reporting on Saturday evening, the tweet was retweeted almost 3,000 times and favourited also over 3,000 times.
"He is booked to bollywood actress," responded an individual with the name LongWhiteBeach. "Anushka Sharma dislikes this," was another quip by Wasiyullah Budye.
Danielle Wyatt left everyone online flabbergasted just moments later when she responded with much confidence on the Twittariti's claim that he was booked by bollywood actress. "Nah he ain't," she said rising everybody's eyebrows.
“@bhaviknz: @Danni_Wyatt he is booked to bollywood actress @AnushkaSharma” nah he ain't — Danielle Wyatt (@Danni_Wyatt) April 4, 2014
The proposal tweet that came after Kohli helped India secure a place in the ICC World t20 final on Friday, has been widely understood to be a sign that Danielle was completely impressed by the Indian cricketer.
Following are some of the funniest responses that has generated in the micro-blogging site following Wyatt's tweet:
— mark butcher (@markbutcher72) April 4, 2014
@Danni_Wyatt this is fun, now ppl in India will love you like anything :P @imVkohli — The Black Rose Girl (@blackrosegal) April 4, 2014
@Danni_Wyatt he won't like it Danni ... its *Kohli n not Kholi :P
— Manjeet Sing :Dahiya (@BeingMSD) April 4, 2014
@Danni_Wyatt @ESPNcricinfo sorry u spell wrong — r malhotra (@himachal93) April 4, 2014
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