Following Australia’s win over India in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell’s wife Vinny Raman became the target of online abuse from Indian fans.
Maxwell’s good performance in the marquee event and the final at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad took Australia to sixth place. world Cup According to the headline, Vinny faced a wave of “hateful and disgusting” messages on his social media accounts.
In response to the online abuse, Vinny took to Instagram to address the situation. Born and raised in Melbourne, she emphasized her Indian heritage, but also her right to support the country of her birth and upbringing, as well as the team for which her husband plays. He urged fans to redirect their outrage toward more important global issues and highlighted the challenges faced by individuals navigating national loyalties and personal relationships.
“Aaaaand cue all the disgusting vile dms. Stay classy…can’t believe this needs to be said, but you can be Indian and also support the country of your birth where you were raised And more importantly, your husband and father team up with the things your child mindlessly plays with. Take a cold pill and direct that resentment toward something more important.
World issues,” she said.
The couple, who recently welcomed their son Logan in September, are dealing with the complexities of their dual national loyalties. Despite the unpleasant turn of events following Australia’s World Cup win, Vinny Raman’s response reflects a thoughtful and measured approach to tackling online abuse and addressing the intersection of personal connections and national loyalty.
Talking about the match, Australia defeated India very easily with the help of a brilliant century. travis head and his 192-run partnership with Marnus Labuschagne, who also scored a crucial half-century under extreme pressure. Both of them showed great composure and resilience and took their team home brilliantly. Head was declared Player of the Match while star Indian batsman, Virat Kohli was declared Player of the Tournament.