Jimmy Neesham Reacts Hilariously After An Indian Asks Him 'How many masks do you keep with yourself anytime?'

Jimmy Neesham Reacts Hilariously After An Indian Asks Him ‘How many masks do you keep with yourself anytime?’

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James Neesham (Credits: Twitter)

Jimmy Neesham, on Tuesday, came up with a hilarious reaction after being asked a silly question by an Indian fan. The New Zealand ace is known for his humorous answers and is one of the most popular cricket stars on social media platforms. During the pandemic, he has been very active on Twitter and has entertained the fans with his tweets.

With very little action going around at the moment because of the coronavirus pandemic, Jimmy Neesham has made sure to keep the fans in good spirits with his hilarious tweets. And he was at it again on Tuesday. It all began when he took to Twitter to share a news about asteroid hitting the USA before this year’s Presidential elections.

He had a hilarious reaction to that news too as he wrote: “Ok what can we do to make sure this absolutely doesn’t miss us”

This is when an Indian fan asked him a silly question, writing: “How many masks do you keep with yourself anytime?”

The star allrounder noticed the tweet and replied to it. As usual, the reply was sarcastic as he tweeted:

“Just one each for my face and opinions”


Meanwhile, Jimmy Neesham will have an opportunity to become even more popular among the Indian fans when he plays the IPL next month. The fast-bowling allrounder will be playing for Kings XI Punjab in IPL 2020. It will be his first season with the Punjab-based outfit.

He has not played in the IPL since 2014. Jimmy Neesham was picked by Delhi Capitals in 2014 and played four games that season. In the following year, Kolkata Knight Riders secured his services but he did not play a single match for them due to injury and was dropped from the squad the very next season.

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