Recently Indian Twitter was seen fired with #BoycottSpiderman slogans and if you are wondering why then let us take you through the entire incident.
Recently The Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera was announced and all of India was thrilled about this news. This stadium will be the largest stadium in the world adding another great possession in India that can not be matched. However, many people have taken a dig at the stadium because it is going to be named after PM Narendra Modi.
Once such a tweet emerged from Author and Historian Tom Holland, yes, there can be two people with the exact same name. Indian’s confused him to the Hollywood star Tom Holland who is the face of Spider-Man.
Tom Holland Tweeted saying ‘ I Am a huge admirer of the modesty Modi showed in naming the World’s largest cricket stadium after himself’. This tweet fired shots at Indian sentiments and hence the backlash was inevitable.
Here is the tweet thread for you to read!
I’m a huge admirer of the modesty Modi showed in naming the world’s largest cricket stadium after himself.
— Tom Holland (@holland_tom) February 24, 2021
For everyone confused about the situation, Tom Holland the face of Spider-Man had nothing to do with the tweet so we can stop using #BoycottSpiderman. The sarcastic comment has been made by famous author and historian Tom Holland who has written and published great books about medieval history. He is also a huge cricket fan and that is what made him make this sarcastic tweet.
Fans have been super confused due to a very similar name between the two, many fans tweeted back when they realized it was not MCU star Tom Holland.
Author Tom Holland has replied back to people backlashing him because they think he is Spiderman, this one of the most hilarious confusion and we can not just keep ourselves from reading all the tweets people have made.
Here are a few tweets that will make you roll on the floor!
Wait…Spiderman is from JNU? https://t.co/iw0cnSxaMo
— Vir Das (@thevirdas) February 24, 2021