Johnny Sins Replies To Pak Ex-envoy Basit, Says 'my Vision Is Fine'

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Adult film star Johnny Sims who image was shared by Pakistan's former High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit responded to the diplomat's goof-up

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Adult film star Johnny Sims whose image was shared by Pakistan's former High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit responded to the diplomat's goof up. Basit had retweeted a post on Twitter which said that a Kashmiri was blinded by a pellet gun and asked people to spread the message. But the tweet had Johnny Sins' and another adult movie star's image where Sins was shown lying on the hospital bed and a female actor was holding him and crying. Sins in his tweet thanked Basit for making him popular among South Asians and joked saying that his vision was perfectly fine.

Johnny Sins' reply to Pakistan ex-envoy to India Abdul Basit 

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Abdul Basit goofs up, mistakes adult film star Johnny Sins with 'blind' Kashmiri

One of Pakistan's journalist shared Basit's goof-up by taking the screenshot. The former Pakistan envoy to India later deleted his retweet but it was too late as netizens had caught up with the now-viral post. The tweet had said that the image showed  'Yousuf from Anantnag' and that he had lost his vision after being hit in a pellet gun firing. Netizens took the moment to slam and roast the former Abdul Basit for mistaking Johnny Sins with a Kashmir man, as it showed how those even in higher echelons in Pakistani administration target India over Kashmir's integration with no evidence or flimsy excuses. Below is how the netizens responded to the incident. 

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