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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 06: Shane Warne (R) of the Melbourne Stars has a heated exchange with Marlon Samuels of the Melbourne Renegades during the Big Bash League match between the Melbourne Stars and the Melbourne Renegades at Melbourne Cricket Ground on January 6, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

West Indies all-rounder Marlon Samuels added fire to his ugly spat on social media with spin legend Shane Warne as he replied to his ‘get help’ remark. The comments comes after Warne lambasted Samuels for his poor remarks on England all-rounder Ben Stokes which had a mention of his wife.

“I’ve just been sent what Samuels has posted re @benstokes38 & I. It’s a very sad situation as he obviously needs serious help-but has no friends at all & not even his ex teammates like him. Just because you were an ordinary cricketer-no need to be an ordinary person. Get help son,” Warne tweeted.

Marlon Samuels, 2018 World Cup Qualifiers, Zimbabwe, Jason Holder
Marlon Samuels. (Photo: Twitter)

Samuels responded to it by saying, “Haha I need help is this coming from the first cricketer to do a face surgery to look young.”

"1st Player To Do Face Surgery": Marlon Samuels On Shane Warne's 'Get Help' Remark

“Doc, can I use the skin from my belly doc no warny mate we must use the skin from you’re a** batty face boy calm down,” he added.

How did the ugly spat unfold? 

Ben Stokes, in a light-hearted comment, told BBC that he won’t wish 14-day quarantine to his enemies. “You get off the plane, get your bag, walk out and get told what hotel to go to. There’s no choice, it’s pot luck whether you get a good hotel or not. The government have chosen certain hotels to be the quarantine hotels.”

“I posted a few Instagram stories and some of the England boys were messaging me asking, ‘What it’s like?’ and I was saying, ‘It wasn’t the most enjoyable thing you ever have to do, I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy,” the England all-rounder further added.

Ben Stokes (Courtesy: IPLT20.om)
Ben Stokes (Courtesy: IPLT20.om)

“I text my brother saying the same thing, and my brother asked, ‘You wouldn’t even do that to Marlon Samuels?”

“I said, ‘No, it’s that bad’, — that’s how tough it was,” he concluded.

Samuels did not take these comments lightly as he was riled up and spoke about ‘skin colour’ and other things in his remark.