Shahid Afridi asks critics ‘not to meddle in his life’ after backlash from feminists

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Star cricketer Shahid Afridi has finally responded to the backlash he received from feminists all over the social media after he was quoted saying that he would not allow his daughters to play outdoor sports in his new book, ‘Game Changer’.

Shahid Afridi silenced his critics in a recent tweet in which he humbly asked not to interfere in his life.

“I don’t judge anyone for what they do or meddle in people’s life. I expect the same too from others. May Allah bless my daughters and daughters/women all over the world! Let people be. @fifiharoon @Independent”, wrote Shahid Afridi.

He also mentioned that he loves his daughters a lot and that they all have  ambitions and being a responsible father he will support them in  those

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“My daughters are very precious to me! My life revolves around them. They all have some ambitions in life and I will support them while guiding them as a responsible father,” added Shahid Afridi in another tweet.

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