Maxwell called: Glenn Maxwell called some of the negativities floating around social media total “garbage” and urged people to put their actions in order.
Firstly, Royal Challengers Bangalore are no stranger to being trolled on social media.
RCB’s off-roader Glenn Maxwell took offense and hit the trolls attacking the franchise.
The Australian off-roader struggled during his time with the racket at the net, which was spun by the bowlers. He then proceeded to throw 3 overs with his left hand on the line, keeping Shahbaz Ahmed out of the attack.
“Great season by RCB, In addition, unfortunately, we fell well short of where we thought we should be. Doesn’t take away from an amazing season. Some of the garbage that has been flowing on social media is absolutely disgusting. We are human beings who are giving out the best each and every day. Try being a decent person maybe instead of spreading abuse,” Maxwell wrote in a social media post.
In addition, the off-roader said there should be no room for anyone. During, of any kind of abuse directed at any of them are the players.
However, Maxwell continued to thank true RCB fans who supported the franchise through thick and thin. And firstly, warned those who spread the hate that if the trolling didn’t stop, he and other players would block these people.
Therefore maxwell: “Thank you to the REAL fans that shared love and appreciation for the players giving their all. Unfortunately. In addition, there are some horrible people out there that make social media a horrible place to be. It is unacceptable. Please don’t be like them,” In addition to Maxwell.
However, If you comment abuse on one of my teammates/friends’ social media with negative/abusive rubbish, you will be blocked by everyone. In conclusion, what is the point of being a terrible person? There is no excuse.
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