11 May 2011

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IPL Parties Cheerleader Gabriella Pasqualotto sacked from Mumbai Indians for blogging on IPL cricketers and after parties

IPL Parties Cheerleader Gabriella Pasqualotto sackedfrom Mumbai Indians for blogging on IPL cricketers and after parties

IPL cheerleader Gabriella Pasqualotto blogged on the website regarding her experience as a cheerleader and her experience with Cricketers and after match parties.

The South African cheerleader Gabriella Pasqualotto was sacked for blogging about flirtatious behaviour of players at IPL post-match parties.

A South African Cheerleader was sacked from the current season of ongoing Indian Premiere League after the authorities found out that she was the 'mysterious' blogger writing about the fun and flirting behind the scenes in the IPL.

But last week she was sent home in shame.

Cheerleader Gabriella Pasqualotto (22) said that she was chosen to cheer for the prestigious Mumbai Indians team. But last week she was sent home in shame.

“On Tuesday last week I was sent home as if I was a criminal. I was treated as if I had taken drugs or done something awful, and I was never offered an opportunity to give my side of the story.”

Pasqualotto was put on the first flight out of India and she is still reeling. When she began the tour, she began to tweet comments about her experience. She was approached by a website - www.alternativecricket.com - whose editors asked her to blog for them.

After two blogs a fellow cheerleader tipped off the cricketers in the Mumbai Indians team and another cricketer went straight to the chairperson of the IPL, who gave a direct order to Pasqualotto’s manager that she must be sent home. She had no time to cash traveler’s cheques or even buy a phone card.

She wrote blogged on the AlternativeCricket.com website, now the site has removed the content but below is the content which she has written about IPL matches and after match parties.

Total she wrote only 2 or 3 entries on her blog post.
The Secret Diary of an IPL Cheerleader – Part II

In this article she wrote that each team of ten girls has a manager and we all receive strict instructions from them about safety, behaviour and reputation, as it seems girls from previous years did not heed the rule book!

To the citizens, we are practically like walking porn!
All eyes are on you all the time; it is complete voyeurism.
The women double take, see you and then pretend you do not exist.
The men see your face, then your boobs, your butt, and then your boobs again!
As we walk, all you hear is “IPL, IPL!” with a little head jingle!

Usually only after day matches there is an exclusive after party and at night is when it all happens.

But the real fun happens in the VIP rooms where the players and night owls can cause scandal!

The few Indian players we have met, such as MS Dhoni and Rohit Sharma have been very polite and keep to themselves in the dark corners.

Hotshots like Tendulkar with families at home are never present.

The likes of Jonty Rhodes and Albie Morkel are notorious for having a good time with friends!

‘Ol Graeme Smith will flirt with anything while his girlfriend lurks behind him.
The Aussies are fun but naughty, such as Aiden Blizzard and Dan Christian.

By the end of a crazy evening, a certain someone had played kissing catchers with three girls known to me only, although he has his own girlfriend back home.

He cooed to each girl, “Come home with me, I just want to cuddle!’

Oh, please! I have come to realise that cricketers are the most loose and mischievous sportsmen I have come across.

Makes me wonder if I should worry about them more then the commoners on the street! I still have a long while here, so I shall keep my tip list in mind.

Tip number 1: ‘Beware of the cricketers!’

Blog Post 1 - Confessions of an IPL Cheerleader…

In this post she wrote that he auditions and rehearsals were somewhat interesting, a challenge, to say the least.
My dancing style changed from classical and poised, to bust-popping and booty-shaking!

During IPL 2008, cheerleading was introduced to add some glamour to the game. These girls were the USA Red Sox and they kicked up quite the scandal for conservative Indian crowds. Such a thing and type of dress code had never been seen before at the games. The girls were said to be vulgar and obscene, and were fined by Mumbai police for violating entertainment licenses.

In India, womanhood is respected, and women keep their Indian values intact. So you can imagine the amount of dropped jaws when these blonde bimbos began breaking it down in front of thousands of men, women and children, wearing thigh-high boots and a belt for a skirt!

The Women: Livid, disgraced and maybe secretly, a tad jealous too.

The Men: Shockingly fascinated and maybe secretly a tad excited!

My thoughts: Well, I am not Indian but its 2011, get over it! This is cutting edge stuff, learn to embrace it. The media will always ridicule anything in the slightest bit naughty, but hey, we don’t design the outfits, our Indian designers and sponsors do, so why such a problem?

I have now cheered at three matches for my team Mumbai Indians, and they have been defeated just once. To tell you the truth, I believe it’s partly because of our dancing – the crowd have a huge love for the sport, they go absolutely wild, and when we step up on that podium, the men literally lose their freaking minds! The cricketers catch on too with the positive vibes, if you know what I mean!

I am proud and happy to be associated with the event as a whole, whilst shaking my ass!

So, does cheerleading really blunt cricket? I think not.

After all, it is ‘the gentleman’s game!’
Yes its Indian style
Watch porn on internet, watch adult movies and when we are outside say that we do not watch porn, porn is bad like this

I do not know it her contract was it mentioned that she will not be allowed to blog.

As it happened in India I do not suggest she file a case in court of law for illegal termination of her Job.
Even if she wins the case she will not get lot of money.

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Kirtivasan,  May 11, 2011  

Gandhiji has said "Truth and non violence are my weapons".

Blogging is a non-violent weapon and I shall keep blogging the truth.

SM May 11, 2011  

agree with you.

Bikram May 11, 2011  

Well well Truth always hurts and she paid the price ... Now to me it seems all she wrote Was TRUE...

otherwise instead of changing the ways things are going they found a scape goat.. typical indian ISHTYLE ..


sm,  May 11, 2011  


Alka Gurha May 11, 2011  

Truth hurt certain BIG names. And yes, she was the scape goat.
The trend of IPL parties was started by Vijay Malya in Blore.

SM May 11, 2011  

Alka Gurha,,

Anonymous,  May 18, 2011  

ya shes telling the truth they are selling cricket and cheerleaders in ilp its not cricket its porn with cricket your right gaberilla

Anonymous,  May 18, 2011  

few more years and we might see striptease in next ipl cricket ground what all gaberilla said is jst a trailer ipl should be banned

Anonymous,  June 05, 2011  

i like the way u do it !!!
Keep the good work gr8

sm,  June 05, 2011