Sania Mirza Schools Veena Malik Over Bad Parenting Tweet, Shoaib Malik Also Responds
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Sania Mirza Schools Veena Malik Over Bad Parenting Tweet, Shoaib Malik Also Responds

Tennis star Sania Mirza schooled actor Veena Malik in a scathing tweet when the latter accused her of bad parenting. Meanwhile, Shoaib Malik urged the netizens to not drag his and his team’s personal lives into 'petty discussions'

Tennis star Sania Mirza schooled actor Veena Malik in a scathing tweet when the latter accused her of bad parenting. “Veena, I have not taken my kid to a Sheesha place,” she wrote. “Not that it’s any of your or the rest of the world’s business cause I think I care about my son a lot more than anyone else does.” She then continued, “Secondly, I am not Pakistan cricket team’s dietician nor am I their mother or principal or teacher.” 

Additioanlly, Pakistani cricket and Sania Mirza's husband, Shoaib Malik shared a tweet, wherein he urged the media to not drag his and his team’s personal lives into 'petty discussions.'

"On behalf of all athletes I would like to request media and people to  maintain respect levels in regards to our families, who should not be dragged into petty discussions at will. It’s not a nice thing to do," he wrote.

Sania was responding to the latest controversy surrounding the Pakistan cricket team. A paparazzi style video of the cricketers and their family was posted online, giving space to speculations that the men in green broke curfew a day before the match. 

The sport icon had rubbished the video previously.

“That’s the video you shot without asking us, disrespecting our privacy even though we had a child with us?” she wrote while quote tweeting the video share. “[You] got told off for doing so & u came up with this crap?”

Sania added that the ‘outing’ was in fact a dinner. “Yes people are allowed to eat if they lose a match!”

In an angry tweet, Shoaib Malik also slammed Pakistani media for distorting facts purpoting to his personal life, and clarified that the videos doing rounds on the internet were from June 13 and not June 15, the night before the match. 

"When will Pak media be accountable for their credibility by our courts?! Having served my country for +20 years in Intl Cricket, it’s sad that I have to clarify things related to my personal life. The videos are from 13th June and not 15th," the cricketer said.

But what caught Veena’s eye was Sania in the video. 

“Sania, I am actually so worried for the kid. You guys took him to a Sheesha place. Isn't it hazardous? Also as far as I know Archie's is all about junk food which isn't good for athletes/Boys. You must know well as you are mother and athlete yourself?” she wrote.

Meanwhile, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) also dismissed  rumours the team had violated their curfew the day before the high-pressure World Cup match against India.

"The cricketers did not violate their curfew," a PCB spokesperson told DawnNewsTV. "The videos and photographs that went viral [on social media] are from two days before the match.”

"The day before the match against India, all the players were in their hotel rooms by curfew time," he added.

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