Chicharito derided for Amazon complaint amid coronavirus crisis
The Mexican player complained about his Amazon account being closed down and Twitter users took no time in taking the LA Galaxy player to task.
Javier Hernández (Chicharito) has managed to anger many social media users following his recent Twitter posts addressed to Amazon.
The current LA Galaxy player took to his account to complain about his Amazon account being blocked and that he was unable to place orders. His comments ensued a tide of criticism with many citing other athletes offering messages of support for the general public in this time of crisis.
Es lamentable que en estos tiempos @CH14_ se queje de que no puede entrar en su cuenta de Amazon. Sería más productivo si escribiera más mensajes de concientización y menos cuestiones personales.— Instagram @IvánKasanzew (@elcondek) March 23, 2020
"My Amazon account has been blocked now for a week during this crisis. This is the 3rd time my account has been blocked. No one seems to be able to help over the phone and the service I have been receiving is not helpful" stated the Mexican on his Twitter account.
Cuando metes un gol se desbloquea— El Conejo Malo (@cefecort) March 23, 2020
Creo que es más importante mandar un mensaje para todos esos fanáticos tuyos (si es que aún quedan) y solicitar conciencia en tiempos donde mueren personas cada día— Jorge Campos El INMORTAL 🇲🇽Ⓜ💬 (@Inn_mortal) March 24, 2020
CREO QUE ES MAS IMPORTANTE QUE TU CUENTA DE AMAZON
Un abrazo campeón.
His post drew hundreds of replies with the majority criticising the player for his lack of subtlety at a complicated time with positive cases and fatalities growing as a consequence of the global Covid-19 pandemic.
"It is unfortunate in these times @CH14_ that you decide to complain that you cannot log into your Amazon account. It would be more productive if you were to write more awareness messages and fewer personal issues." was one of the series of replies criticising the former Sevilla striker.
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