Naseem Shah is Pakistan’s latest obsession and Pakistanis will stand behind the cricketer even when he mispronounces a phrase. It’s not Shah who’s unsuitable, it’s the phrase. Ban the phrase, banish it — we’d moderately get a petition to vary the official pronunciation than let anybody mock him.
Just lately, a video from earlier this yr that includes the 19-year-old cricketer went viral on Twitter and elicited some imply reactions. The PSL period video, starring Quetta Gladiators’ Shah and Mohammad Nawaz, mentioned expertise and in it, the previous spelled out model Lenovo and pronounced it as “Lenevivo”.
Indian Twitter customers took this as a chance to poke enjoyable at him however Pakistani followers are usually not having it. They’re ready to defend Shah and stood up for him in opposition to the bullies.
Lenovo who? It’s Lenevivo or nothing from right here on out.
We anticipate a proper apology from the CEO.
Oops — and he’ll do it once more.
Ultimately, it’s the efficiency that issues.
To begin off with, English just isn’t our first language and the sense of superiority related to it’s the impact of a colonial hangover. Respect shouldn’t be tied to something that unsubstantial. May we advise or not it’s tied to efficiency within the Asia Cup as a substitute?