Lalit Modi has become the talk of the town after the businessman announced his relationship with Bollywood actress and Miss Universe Sushmita Sen a few days ago. This announcement from Modi garnered a lot of reactions from around the world. While many congratulated the couple on a new beginning, a few pointed out the age difference between the two.
There was a section of people who also found an error in Modi’s tweet where he had announced his relationship with Sen. The former IPL Commissioner had mistakenly tagged the wrong account of Sushmita Sen. This came to people’s notice really quickly and Modi was also trolled for this. After multiple stories on him tagging the wrong account of Sen, Modi hit back at the trolls.
The 58-year-old posted ten pictures of him with different personalities including current Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He then wrote a 500-word statement in the caption where he vented out his anger at trolls by reminding them who he is and what he has achieved in his life so far.
Amid all this, what was worth noticing is that Modi once again tagged the wrong account. While tagging BCCI, the 58-year-old tagged a different account that runs with the name “official bcci” rather than tagging the original one.
Modi also talked about how he built the Indian Premier League (IPL) on his own, the rewards of which are still being reaped by the Indian cricket board. The businessman pointed out that no one in the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) supported him in his mission to build IPL. “And as I said in 2008 – @iplt20 – it’s recession proof. All laughed. Now who is laughing. Because everyone knows I did it ALL ALONE. none of the ? in @_official_bcci_ did a thing,” wrote Modi.