“Serena Awarded Nobel Peace Prize for Misbehavior” A Satire By Musafir

OSLO/Timbuktu: Serena Williams was declared the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize for 2018 for her efforts in ridding the world of women‘s inequality in tennis circuit, moral values, and intellect, refusing to accept penalty from referee Ramos during the US Open Tennis finals match against submissive Naomi Osaka of Japan, throwing and breaking her tennis racket in anger and telling the referee that he was a thief.
There was widespread celebration all over the world after this announcement. “We’re having a blast,” said some peace-loving citizens of ‘Free the Nipple’ and ‘Happy Period’ communities. Many others took a break from tattooing, piercing and binge drinking to join the revelry.
“Serena has been the key to transforming our society “from a world of hate to a world of love,” committee chairman Thorbjoern Jagland said while announcing the award in Oslo.
“We specially laud her work in connecting with the young rowdy tennis fans,” he added.
The ex-VP, Al Gore is said to have welcomed the news. He was later heard asking some reporters if he would be entitled to a second Nobel Prize in physics this time. He then addressed a press conference and said: “Serena is the ultimate symbol of women’s equality and she has brought the gender discrimination in tennis world to the world stage through her foul mouth and misbehavior.”
In the midst of all these celebrations, a controversy has broken out. The New York Post reported this about Naomi Osaka, “It’s hard to recall a more unsportsmanlike event. Here was a young girl who pulled off one of the greatest upsets ever, who fought for every point she earned, ashamed.”
Another champion of women’s rights, Rosie O’Donnell criticized New Your Post and shamed Naomi Osaka by stating, “Of course, Osaka should be ashamed for her timid behavior — at least, needs to apologize to all the women of the world. Women like her are the reason for male dominance. These Japanese girls need to learn expletives, filth and profanity from American women like Serena and me.”
Famous tennis player Billie Jean King and a pioneer of open lesbianism among women tennis players expressed dismay at umpire Carlos Ramos’ treatment of Williams on Twitter, writing that female players are often treated differently than male players in all kinds of sports.
There is a nationwide protest planned against referee Ramos for saying that, “He has penalized male players like Djokovic and Nadal in the past. He also cited how McEnroe was disqualified from Australian Open and given a three-month suspension during the US Open.”
The woman president of US Open was upset over Ramo’s remarks, “For better or for worse… we have made someone a poster child for women’s equality. No one can snatch that honor from Serena.”
Meanwhile, Americans have praised the choice of award and are living by Serena’s maxim, “I’ll keep on abusing referees until we reach to an equal playing field for women.” Some intellectuals have recommended the Pope to beatify Serena for her insight into theology, “Men and women are created equal.”
“I’ve seen some scary things,” she said at the time. “I’ve seen people being locked up and put in jail for taking drugs, for being gay, for not practicing religion, for not dressing the proper way. Yeah, it’s scary. But what it made me realize is how lucky I am to defy every norm. We still have a long way to go.”
Shrivastava ‘Musafir’, Anil. Humor Happens: My Witty Encounters (Kindle Location 371). Think Club Publication. Kindle Edition.jan 19 osaka

2 thoughts on ““Serena Awarded Nobel Peace Prize for Misbehavior” A Satire By Musafir

  1. Well said Mr. Musafir. Serena’s behavior was disgraceful and must not be overlooked. She put on this act because she was losing badly to a 20 year old Naomi Osaka.


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