Priyanka Chopra Jonas is enjoying her quarantine break with hubby Nick Jonas and the couple are making the most of their time at home. The adorable couple recently adopted a puppy and had an addition to their family of four. It was recently that Priyanka and Nick shared a glimpse of how the actress helps the singer during the home workout session. While Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra Jonas are busy spending some quality time at home, Indian fans of the couple trend #FreeNickJonas on Twitter and the reason is hilariously weird. Check out the reactions!
On Twitter, one fan tweeted an old picture featuring Nick Jonas with his pants halfway down. The picture sees the Sucker singer striking a super hot pose in a pair of blue denim and is shirtless, flaunting his well-toned abs.
The fan tweeted, “I HOPE YOU'RE DOING GOOD NICKU JIJU #freenickjonas.” In the tweet, the fan hoped that Nick Jonas aka Nick Jiju is doing fine. The fan then concluded the tweet and shared it with the trending hashtag ‘freenickjonas’.
While many fans continued to tweet the trending hashtag #freenickjonas on Twitter, one fan tweeted, “30 minutes spent and I still don’t know what tf is #freenickjonas Could someone tell me what is it? #freenickjonas,” whereas another tweeted, “#FreeNickJonas is the new #Binod?” When trending the hashtag, many fans couldn’t understand why #freenickjonas is in the TOP trends on Twitter and some also questioned if it’s the new Binod. Also Read: WWE Star And Actor Dwayne Johnson AKA The Rock Tops Forbes Highest-Paid Actor 2020 List Followed By Ryan Reynolds- Mark Wahlberg
Wtf is #freenickjonas someone tell me before i get a panic attaq— Parth Shukla (@__ParthShukla) August 13, 2020
Meanwhile, as Twitter witnessed the trending #FreeNickJonas, around 4000 plus tweeted about it. Surprisingly, fans who made all of the tweets around the hashtag don’t exactly know why it’s trending.
Image source: Instagram/ Nick Jonas
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