Cricket legend Mitchell Johnson hits back at negative trolls targeting him for his hair color
Former cricketer Mitchell Johnson hit back at the trolls who attacked him because of his hair color and appearance.
The 38-year-old posted a photo of his dark locks on Instagram and slammed those who commented negatively on his hair and looking “old.”
“I’m getting messages about being so gray and old, well I’m getting old like all of us (sic),” the quick pitcher wrote.
Shameful: Cricket legend Mitchell Johnson hit back at trolls who targeted him for his hair color
Many commentators have mistakenly assumed that the cricket star used a dye to retain his color, but Johnson has set the record straight and claims that is not the case.
“It is the natural color of my hair, black, I did not color it,” he wrote. “I would definitely go for the silver fox look as it would be a normal / natural thing, but not gray yet.”
Johnson has spoken candidly in the past about his mental health issues, particularly his battle with severe depression on SAS Australia last year.
Putting the record straight: The 38-year-old fast bowler (pictured with his wife) posted a photo of his dark locks on Instagram and slammed those who made negative comments about his hair color and appearance “old”
He warned his supporters and critics in his response to think twice before posting by targeting someone online.
“I can get by on social media and I don’t mind, but many cannot bear to be criticized or harassed online,” he continued.
“Think before you write a comment about someone’s appearance, you have no idea what they’re going through and how it can affect them.”
He then concluded, “Just remember before you comment, would you say that to an unfamiliar face?”
“Think before you write a comment about someone’s appearance”: Johnson has spoken candidly in the past about his mental health issues, particularly his battle with severe depression on SAS Australia last year
Cricketer Matthew Hayden and former SAS star Erin McNaught both supported Johnson in the comments section of his post.
Johnson has previously said his poor mental health and lack of self-confidence stemmed from his childhood and continued throughout his post-cricket career.
He revealed on SAS Australia last year that he would use cricket to ‘block’ his mental struggles, which were sometimes exacerbated if he underperformed on the pitch and scrutinized by the media and team supporters. opposing.
Problems: The cricketer revealed to SAS Australia that he would use cricket to ‘block’ his mental struggles, which were sometimes exacerbated if he underperformed on the pitch and scrutinized by the media and supporters of the opposing team.
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