Amir Khan was slammed on social media for celebrating Christmas. © Twitter
Pakistan-origin British boxer Amir Khan was slammed on social media platforms Twitter and Instagram for celebrating Christmas along with his household. On Wednesday, Amir Khan had posted an image along with his spouse and youngsters in “Christmas outfits”. “Wishing you a magical and blissful vacation! Merry Christmas #khanfamily @FaryalxMakhdoom #MerryChrismas,” Amir Khan wrote with the image. The submit, nevertheless, didn’t go down properly along with his followers because the boxer drew lots of flak for celebrating the Christian pageant regardless of being a Muslim. The previous light-welterweight world champion, then determined to reply to “all of the hate” with a message that learn, “So shocked by all of the hate I am getting on my Twitter & instagram for wishing everybody Merry Christmas and posting an image with my household in Christmas outfits. Simply need to inform these folks ‘I do not give a f**okay’.”
So shocked by all of the hate I am getting on my Twitter & instagram for wishing everybody Merry Christmas and posting an image with my household in Christmas outfits. Simply need to inform these folks ‘I do not give a f**okay’
— Amir Khan (@amirkingkhan) December 26, 2019
Amir Khan, who hopes to battle Manny Pacquiao or Floyd Mayweather Jr., was born and raised in Manchester and gained an Olympic silver medal for Britain. The 33-year previous hopes to return the skilled circuit in 2020.
“Hopefully in March or April, I will be again out once more,” Amir Khan instructed IFL TV.
“Location and the opponent hasn’t been named but, however we’re a location, after which hopefully after that on the finish of the 12 months. 2020 may very well be my remaining large 12 months, so let’s examine how I really feel. Yeah, why not?” stated Khan when requested if the battle might be in England.
“I feel it may be. I am protecting all my choices open,” stated Amir Khan.
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