James Anderson deleted an 11-year-old tweet, commenting unnecessarily on Stuart Broad

England fast bowler Ally Robinson is in the news a lot. Robinson debuted in the first Test of the ongoing Test series against New Zealand, and then some of his old tweets went viral, in which he made racist and obscene comments. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is investigating this and Robinson has also been suspended during this period. In the meantime, the old tweets of other England cricketers are also being reviewed, and perhaps this is why James Anderson deleted his 11-year-old tweet, in which he commented on Stuart Broad’s new haircut.

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According to CricketTracker’s news, Anderson’s comment on Twitter 11 years ago compares Brad’s hairstyle to ‘gay’. This old tweet by Anderson has suddenly gone viral on social media. She wrote on Twitter, ‘I just saw Brad’s new haircut for the first time today. I don’t know much about this, but she looks like a 15-year-old gay man. Explaining this deleted tweet, James Anderson told Sky Sports: ‘This is exactly what we (the social media post) look forward to. This is a 10-11 year old tweet and now I am completely changed. It’s hard, you make mistakes and then learn from them.

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Following the ECB’s stern attitude on Robinson, the rest of the England cricketers are also wary. There have also been reports of old tweets from Jose Butler and Eoin Morgan being investigated. Anderson apologized to Robertson in this regard, and all players on the team have forgiven him. All the players in the dressing room support them.

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