Shane Warne’s daughter criticised on social media

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Shane Warne’s daughter Brooke Warne has been criticised on social media for making light of tragic events including the Malaysia Airlines crash

Melbourne: Shane Warne’s daughter Brooke Warne has been criticised on social media for making light of tragic events including the Malaysia Airlines crash and the Holocaust.

The 18-year-old daughter of the cricket great also made fun of Cecil the Lion, who made international headlines when shot dead by American dentist Walter Palmer, reports News.com.au.

On her Instragram handle Brooke posted a candid shot at a fancy dress party where in she is seen holding a toy lion by the mane with the caption: “Politically incorrect – yes #cecil #malaysianairline #holocaust.”

As soon as she posted it, she was criticised by fellow Insta users. Comments such as, “Only privileged white kids have the ability to distance themselves and mock tragic events that don’t affect them” and “Rich kid arrogance at its worse” filled the social media. However, Brooke has not commented on the issue.

Earlier, on a recent episode of the reality show ‘I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here,’ the 46-year-old cricketer, who admitted to being obsessed with expensive cars like Ferraris and Lamborghinis, revealed that he has a 20-car basement garage and 10ft four poster bed and 13-bedroom house, News.com.au reports. “I had the F type Jaguar, which only had two seats, I couldn’t put in my clubs, couldn’t take anyone. I thought it was time to get a different car,” Shane added. The Australian former international cricketer further said that he wants more cars, clothes, money and houses.

Interestingly, Shane also spoke about the 13-room house, Donnington Hall, which he renovated with his former designer and actress fiancee Liz Hurley, including his prized custom-made bed and mirror in the ceiling. Eleven celebrities are staying in the South African jungle camp, competing for the series’ title. (Asian News International) 

 

 

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