Indian skipper Virat Kohli who had turned vegan in 2018 had landed in controversy after he revealed that eggs were a regular part of his diet.
During an Instagram chat session, Kohli asked fans to send him questions which he would answer over the weekend. "In Quarantine.... ask me your questions, let's go :) “He posted. One such question was from a fan who wanted to know the Indian cricket captain's diet on 30 May.
Virat answered “Lot of vegetables, some eggs, 2 cups of coffee, dal, quinoa, lots of spinach, love dosas too, all in controlled quantities." Soon after this revelation, people were left confused over how 'vegan' Kohli was consuming eggs.
Netizens began to question 'Is Virat Kohli vegan' and 'Is Virat Kohli vegetarian' perplexed after reading the details of Kohli's diet regime. While in vegetarianism consuming eggs is still debatable, veganism is a much more strict form of diet that debarred the use of animal commodities including products such as milk.
Virat breaks silence:-
In another post he said: "I never claimed to be vegan. Always maintained I'm vegetarian," Kohli tweeted in response to all the doubts. He asked everyone to take a deep breath and eat their vegetables – that is, if one wants to. But netizens seems still not convinced and start meme feast on social media.
Meanwhile, Kohli only drinks Evian Natural Spring water, which is imported from France which is chemical-free and helps with weight check, depression and clear skin. It costs INR 600 per litre to INR 36,000 per litre stands around ₹4,38,000 on his water annually.