Last weekend, swashbuckling Indian opener, Virender Sehwag, tweeted out a photo where he was holding a placard. Though Sehwag was just being 'facetious' as he later said, the tweet didn't go down well with some sections of the society. What followed was an epic online war featuring fighters from the left, and the right, and some random people we don't even know about. Eventually, Sehwag clarified that he was just being facetious and he isn't stopping anyone from speaking their mind. What next in this saga, will Sehwag tweet something 'offensive' to some people again, Will Sehwag tone down his tweets and reduce them to bland updates like the rest, to find out, watch our Friday Faking Release: Stumped
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