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John Abraham deletes all his posts on Instagram before his birthday

Bollywood actor John Abraham recently deleted all his posts from Instagram leaving fans curious.

Published: Tuesday,Dec 14, 2021 10:11 AM GMT-07:00
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John Abraham starrer Satyameva Jayate 2 recently took the box office by storm. Following an impressive box office season and being busy with his ISL football team in the ongoing season, John Abraham appears to have made some noise on social media. No, it's not a new photo or video. Instead, the actor has deleted all of his Instagram posts. 


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You read that correctly. John Abraham, who has over 9 million Instagram followers, has presumably deleted or archived all of his posts. While it is unclear why John chose to do so, the actor appears to have deleted all posts just a few days before his 49th birthday. On December 17, John will turn 49. 

The actor recently received backlash on social media for his explanation of why heart attacks occur. During an appearance on Kapil Sharma's comedy show to promote his film, the actor discussed how stress is bad for your health. He went on to explain how oil reacts with water. He compared Triglycerides to oil, describing them as 'bubbles' in the blood that, when they reach the heart, cause a heart attack caused by stress.

Netizens couldn't help but call the actor's explanation bizarre and criticized him for the analogy on social media.

So, we're left wondering why John decided to delete everything. Is it a new social media start or the result of hacking? We'll have to wait and see what he says.


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priya185
priya185 5 months ago I think he should take some lessons on how a heart works otherwise he is spreading misinformation
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angels_eyes 5 months ago I can’t believe he is turning 49 😱…time flies.

The explanation about the heart attack 🤦🏽‍♀️🤦🏽‍♀️… do your home work or just keep your mouth shut!
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