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MS Dhoni retirement: Why did Sakshi delete the tweet related to Dhoni's retirement? Own told full story – why wife sakshi dhoni deleted tweet related to ms dhoni retirement

Edited By Tarun Vats | | Updated: 01 Jun 2020, 11:55:00 AM IST

Wife witness with Mahendra Singh Dhoni

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There has been speculation for some time about the retirement of former captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni. Not only this, the hashtag of #DhoniRetires was also trending on social media recently, after which his wife Sakshi dismissed the speculation. However, Sakshi later deleted that tweet. Now he has shared the full story behind it.

Sakshi Dhoni revealed the secret about his tweet, which put an end to the rumors about the former India captain's retirement. Sakshi took part in a live Instagram session with Rupa Ramani on the handle of Chennai Super Kings, the IPL team headed by her husband. During this, he told that he came to know about the hashtag from a close friend of his.

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When the hashtag started trending on Dhoni on social media, Sakshi decided to tell about it. He said, 'My friend asked me what is going on on social media? That hashtag (#DhoniRetires) has been trending since noon. I thought to tell the truth, then I tweeted. Then I do not remember what happened that I deleted it later, but it was done, the message was received by everyone.


Sakshi's tweet related to Dhoni's retirement, which he later deleted

The witness also told what MS Dhoni did during the lockdown that was declared as a protection against the corona virus. He said that Mahi has seven old bikes. He drives them, assembles them. Once when the bike was not started, the next day this wicketkeeper batsman removed all the parts of that bike and assembled it again.

Some videos of Dhoni, who won the T20 and ODI World Cup to India under his captaincy, also went viral during the lockdown in which he was seen riding his daughter riding a bike at his Ranchi farm house.

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