Danielle Wyatt. Pic/Wyatt's instagram account
England woman's cricketer Danielle Wyatt got trolled online after she tweeted a picture of the toe end of the bat, which had the wrong spelling of Virat Kohli's surname. She wrote Kholi instead of Kohli.
One follower warned her by saying: "Oooh oooooh.. ouch ...that's gonna sting... sting bad....good luck Gurl... there will be too many unforgiving posts... brace for it." Another one said: "Kholi again!! Kholi means room & Virat means big/huge !! It means there's "big/huge room" for improvement. Best wishes." Another one added: "It's "kohli", not "kholi"."
In 2014, Wyatt became popular when she took to Twitter and proposed to Kohli. She had misspelled the current India skipper's name back then as well. "Kholi marry me!!!," she wrote.
And one of the users was quick to point out: "Remember when she tweeted "Kholi, marry me" it's a deliberate inside joke!!!" One user said: "Those asking @Danni_Wyatt to spell Kohli's name properly, bhai logo bhawnao ko samjho ...kohli ho ya kholi ki farak painda hai. [People understand the feelings. Kohli or Kholi what difference does it make?]