Irfan Pathan Reacts To Criticism For His Wife’s: I’m her mate, not master.
By Sarita Dey
on Wed May 26 2021
Former Indian all-rounder Irfan Pathan has responded to criticism and hate tweets over a blurred picture of his wife Safa Baig. In the photo posted on his son’s Instagram account. Irfan’s wife’s face was blurred led to criticism that the Baroda cricketer is not allowing her to reveal her face. To this, the 36-year-old clarified that it is his wife’s choice to blur her face and said “I’m her mate not here master”
Irfan tweeted from his account with the same picture saying, “This picture is posted by my queen from my son’s account. We are getting a lot of hate. Let me post this here as well. She blurred this pic by her choice. And Yes, I’m her mate, not her master”.
This picture is posted by my queen from my son’s account. We are getting lot of hate.Let me post this here as well.She blurred this pic by her choice. And Yes,I’m her mate not her master;). #herlifeherchoicepic.twitter.com/Xy6CB2kKWA
— Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) May 25, 2021
Irfan Pathan and his family have played their part in supporting the people struggling with the effects of the vicious covid-19. As the country grapples with the second wave of the virus, the former all-rounder decided to donate all the money earned from the social media campaigns to charity.
He and his brother, former India and Kolkata Knight Riders all-rounder Yusuf Pathan, donated food and raw materials and helped a massive 90,000 families to date. Also, the Pathan Cricket Academy provided free meals to plagued people in South Delhi. They have distributed food packets, oxygen cylinders, ventilators, oxygen concentrators. Their father, Mehmood Khan Pathan has been providing food to the COVID-19 patients in Baroda through his trusts.
Both Irfan and Yusuf had earlier contracted the covid-19 virus. While playing in the Road Safety World Series in Raipur in March, and have recovered from it. The brothers announced their covid-19 positive reports, after the captain of the side, Sachin Tendulkar. Middle-order batsman Subramaniam Badrinath also confirmed their positive covid-19 results.