College dean shares wife’s YouTube song with students, netizens can’t stop commenting
“Dean of FMS Delhi spamming 16 batches of FMS with his wife’s YouTube channel link,” wrote a Twitter user while sharing screenshot of e-mail.
New Delhi: For the married couples, there are many ways of supporting and lauding your better half’s credentials & achievements. However, this unique or rather bizarre way of applauding wife’s singing skills has taken the netizens by surprise. As the ‘promoter’ is Dean of world-renowned Delhi college, netizens are a divided lot with many calling it weird promotion, some terming it unprofessional conduct while others just having a good feeling over husband’s genuine gesture.
Vivek Suneja, the dean of widely-acclaimed Delhi-based business school, Faculty of Management Studies (FMS) reportedly shared a YouTube channel link with his students, which had some songs sung by his wife.
The FMS dean reportedly wrote, “My better half has added a new song to her YouTube channel, here is the link.”
The e-mail titled “One Moment in Time” had a YouTube link of the song, recently sung by his wife.
A Twitter user named Saurabh Sharma said the screenshot of his email to students on the social media.
“Dean of FMS Delhi spamming 16 batches of FMS with his wife’s YouTube channel link,” wrote the Twitter user while sharing screenshot of e-mail.
Dean of FMS Delhi spamming 16 batches of FMS with his wife’s YouTube channel link pic.twitter.com/pN1PQaNCLs
— Saurabh Sharma (@randomusements) March 19, 2023
The tweet aroused the interest of many netizens who couldn’t resist commenting on it.
Though opinions were divided but a lot many users commented on a leading Delhi college dean’s way of bizarre promotion of his wife’s song.
A couple of them lauded him for being a devoted husband and celebrating her wife’s achievements, howsoever small it may be while others left a word of caution saying that this was the not the right platform for appreciating his better half’s singing skills.
One user wrote, “Sacha pyaar …” Other said, “It’s probably against the rules. You can’t promote personal stuff using your position.”