John Cena’s social media account has always been a mystery since long, but the Fast and Furious 9 actor has it very clear to all his fans that’s it’s him only. From sharing pictures of Sushant Singh Rajput with the army officials to Shilpa Shetty stone-cold, John Cena’s Instagram account has always amused his fans in India. As John Cena constantly shares quirky posts, the F9 actor recently took to his social media to share a picture, convincing fans that he joined PM Narendra Modi’s #9pm9minutes Initiative.
Yet again, on Instagram, John Cena shared a picture leaving fans confused as to what he wants to convey. The actor shared a captionless picture of Bray Wyatt aka Wrestler Husky Harris standing holding a lantern, making fans wonder about what it is for. But, worry not, as John Cena’s fans in India interpreted the message quite well. As soon as the WWE star shared the picture on his social media, fans poured in comments drawing similarities to the post while the picture received about 78.9k likes and counting.
One fan commented, “Aare bade bhai shab dip jala na he ye laalten kaha se utha laye tum,” and laughed about John Cena getting PM Narendra Modi’s #9pm9minutes initiative in the wrong way by lighting a lantern instead of a diya or candle. Another fan commented, “He know Indians are lighting diyas, candles....etc,” and wondered if John Cena was aware of the #9pm9minutes initiative. While fans replied with quirky comments, many Bray Wyatt fans were not impressed with John Cena sharing a picture of the wrestler.
Meanwhile, as John Cena’s post still remains a mystery to many, just recently, during the WWE WrestleMania 36, Bray Wyatt was seen beating the WWE champion in the Firely funhouse match. Also Read: Harry Potter Author JK Rowling Has Totally Recovered From Coronavirus Symptoms All Thanks To THIS Technique - VIDEO
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