United Kingdom Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has become an instant social media sensation after he was inducted into the office as the new PM in the midst of a “profound economic challenge" and has to make some tough decisions ahead.
However, the Internet - the more frivolous section of it, anyway - has a completely different preoccupation and some might want to take down the people with a high aim!
A new video claiming Sunak enjoying a raving party at a club in Ibiza has gone viral. As per the reports, ‘Raving Rishi’, as he has been affectionately dubbed on social media, was spotted around January this year at a club in Ibiza. Turns out Sunak has a doppelganger and no its the Indian cricketer Ashish Nehra or actor Jim Sarbh.
For the unversed, The Ibiza club is quite a popular destination among celebrities and it has witnessed a slew of popular faces party at the O Beach Club in the past some of these names include, Niall Horan, Leigh Ann Pinnock, influencer Dan Bilzerian.
The confusion around Sunak’s party clip sparked after Wayne Lineker, the owner of the O Beach Club in Ibiza, had shared a video of the clubgoer throwing shapes, tagging Sunak.
“@rishisunakmp trying to win the Ibiza crowd over today campaigning for votes," he had written. After Sunak became Prime Minister of the UK, the video is going viral all over again.
Well, social media was instantly left in splits and one Instagram user commented “This guy’s got too many moves to be Rishi Sunak." Another commented, “Na as if Rishi living it up at O Beach and I’m sat writing emails.”
“Hahaha talk about letting your hair down, too funny. Absolutely brilliant," commented another. Many, at that point, were wondering if it was indeed Sunak himself (hopefully jokingly).
Sunak emerged the UK Prime Minister this year and he has entered Downing Street as the youngest PM in two centuries. He was inducted into the prime minister’s office after Liz Truss announced her resignation from the top post on October 20 after party members rebelled against her citing that her mini-budget negatively affected the UK economy.
The Conservative Leader was backed by more than 190 MPs as his contender Penny Mordaunt failed to earn the backing of 100 MPs which is a prerequisite for entering the PM race and bowed out of the race, minutes before the 1922 Committee Chief Sir Graham Brady announced the results, reported News18.
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