Irfan Pathan Responds To Trolls After Sharing Blurred Photo Of Wife Former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan is married to Safa Baif, a Saudi Arabia-based model, in 2016. The duo have a son Imran Pathan, and are quite active on social media. Pathan, from time to time, keeps posting pictures with his wife and son. Recently, Irfan’s wife Safa Baig had posted a picture from her son Instagram, where her face was blurred, while Pathan’s and son’s face was not.
Irfan Pathan Responds To Trolls After Sharing Blurred Photo Of Wife Irfan re-shared the photo from his Instagram account in which the face of his wife was blurred. It led to a criticism that Irfan isn’t letting her reveal her face.
The image was originally shared on his son’s Instagram account.
For this, Pathan was criticised by many for not letting her wife reveal her face. Many people started to comment on his Instagram post slamming the former Indian pacer.
Irfan Pathan is known to regularly hit out at the trolls and had another strong response to criticism to his recent family photo. The former Indian cricketer stated that the family was receiving a ‘lot of hate’ over his wife Safa blurring her face in the pic. He clarified that it was his wife decision.
Irfan made a statement from his Twitter account, while sharing the same picture again, he tweeted,
“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;). #herlifeherchoice”
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;). #herlifeherchoice pic.twitter.com/Xy6CB2kKWA
— Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) May 25, 2021
Meanwhile, Pathan had contracted the Coronavirus during the Road Safety World Series, and recovered recently. To help India fight Covid, Pathan, along with his brother Yusuf is helping the needy with food, oxygen cylinders, ventilators, oxygen concentrators. All the help is being provided through their Pathan foundation.