Watch - David Warner's mother features in his latest TikTok video

Warner has been unstoppable on social media during this lockdown period.

Warner with his family in the latest TikTok video | Instagram

Australia’s star opening batsman David Warner is one of the most active cricketers on social media, thanks to the COVID-19 break that has given him the opportunity to showcase his different skills to the world during this tough time due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

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The swashbuckling batsman continues to keep entertained his fans with his hilarious and ground-breaking TikTok video on social media during the lockdown, but this time, his mother Lorraine Warner made entry to his latest video on the Instagram on Friday (May 21).

In the latest post, Warner's mother Lorraine made her very first appearance in the cricketer’s TikTok video – where the Warner family can be seen doing a 'banana drop' act.

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The Aussie star captioned the post: “When you rope in your mother into doing a TikTok”

Have a look here:


When you rope your mother into doing a TikTok ???????? @warnerlorraine @candywarner1 #family #bananadrop #love

A post shared by David Warner (@davidwarner31) on

Noteworthy, Warner and his wife Candice have recently paid tribute to the popular South India actor Nandamuri Taraka Rama Rao on his birthday through a dancing video to the Telugu song "Pakka Local".

Like other countries, cricket is also banned in Australia as well, however, the CA is hoping to host India this summer while hinted that the team would make a tour England in September.   




By Rashmi Nanda - 22 May, 2020

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