World renowned American stand-up comedian, Jeremy McLellan gone the extra mile to troll Indian aircraft MiG-21 to support Pakistan Air Force (PAF) in February this year.
The tweet which trolled India has now finds a spot at the museum of PAF in Karachi.
According to the details, Jeremy McLellan uploaded a video of the PAF Museum on his Twitter account and wrote, “Guess what is on the wall of the Museum of the Pakistan Air Force in Karachi?”
Guess what’s on the wall of the Pakistani Air Force Museum in Karachi? 🇵🇰✈️🍅🌲 pic.twitter.com/HsTMFW2b4S
— Jeremy McLellan (@JeremyMcLellan) November 6, 2019
Jeremy’s ‘February 26’ tweet is on the wall of the museum in which he mocked the Indian aircraft MiG-21 while supporting Pakistan Air Force.
He wrote, “Indian Air Force just invaded Pakistani air space, dropping 1,000kg of tomatoes onto a forest.”
Indian Air Force just invaded Pakistani air space, dropping 1,000kg of tomatoes onto a forest. More updates soon. https://t.co/zphz5SDz9T
— Jeremy McLellan (@JeremyMcLellan) February 26, 2019
Earlier, Jeremy came to Pakistan for a short duration and since then, his Twitter is full of lovely messages for Pakistan and tons of trolling for those across the border.
Jeremy knows more about Pindi Boys and all the latest trends than all of Pakistanis combined.
Jeremy McLellan is an American Christian stand-up comedian based in Charleston, South Carolina.
He has been named as one of the “New Faces of Comedy” by Just for Laughs.