In his autobiography ‘Sultan – A Memoir’, launched earlier this month, former Pakistan cricketer and legendary quick bowler Wasim Akram made a bombshell revelation on how his ex-teammate Saleem Malik would mistreat him throughout their taking part in days. Malik, who led the Pakistan facet from 1992 to 1995, defended himself after Akram’s revelation went viral throughout social media creating fairly a stir. Nevertheless, former Pakistan captain Salman Butt has taken a brutal dig at Akram for his phrases.
“He would make the most of my junior standing. He was unfavorable, egocentric and handled me like a servant. He demanded I therapeutic massage him; he ordered me to wash his garments and boots. I used to be indignant when among the youthful crew members in Ramiz, Tahir, Mohsin, Shoaib Mohammad invited me to nightclubs,” learn an excerpt from Akram’s ebook.
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Chatting with 24 Information after Akram’s revelation made rounds on social media, Malik stated that he was ‘egocentric’, the previous would not have made his debut below him and. Though he remained tightlipped on the matter and wished to have a phrase with Akram “to ask him for his view on his feedback and in what sense did he write that,” he opined “it looks like he did it for publicity.”
Talking on the matter in his YouTube channel, Butt lashed out at Akram, questioning the logic behind the revelation of what had occurred again within the 90s.
“Yeh wohi cheez hai, meri kitaab, meri marzi. Aab aap yeh nehi usme sochte ki kya iss baat ka koi faeda hai? Kya iss baat se cheezein behetar hongi? Kya iss baat se cheezein controversial hongi? Kya isse dil me khayal aayega ki yaar isne yeh kya kehe diya? Propagate woh baat karni chaiye jisse logon me ek positive cheez aaye. Hum sab life me galtiyan karte hai. Maine bhi ki, baaki nehi bhi ki. Samajh nehi aata, kabhi do teen udhr se shuru ho jaate hai ki isne 90s main yeh kiya tha, koi aur kehta hai…x,y,z pata nehi (It’s like saying, my book, my rules. But then you don’t think that will this make thigs better? Will it benefit anyone? Will it make things controversial? We should propagate word which bring about positivity in people. We all make mistakes in like. Don’t understand this entire thing where some people just start complaining about what happened back in the 90s),” he stated.