Afghanistan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi sets an end to the fake news of his death by taking it to social media, it was being circulated that he passed away due to cardiac arrest and assures fans of his wellbeing.
Several people on social media started to speculated that Nabi had suffered a heart attack on Friday. And his fake death news spread like a wildfire.
The 34-year-old Afghan player took to social media snubbing his death rumours, in a tweet he wrote: “Dear friends, Alhamdulillah I am all good, news disseminated by some media outlets about my demise is FAKE. Thank you.”
Alhamdulillah I am all good, a news disseminated by some media outlets about my demise is FAKE. Thank you.
— Mohammad Nabi (@MohammadNabi007) October 4, 2019
Just a few hours before the fake news has spread on social media, the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) had shared a few pictures of the Afghan cricket team’s practice session at the Kabul Stadium, where Nabi was also in presence.
— Afghanistan Cricket Board (@ACBofficials) October 4, 2019