Former New Zealand cricketer Brendon McCullum came out fuming after a fake news of his brother Nathan McCullum’s death started doing the rounds on social space. Nathan McCullum later took to Twitter to clear the air over the fake news when he took to Twitter and his post read, “I am alive and kicking more than ever before. Not sure where this news has come from but this is fake. Love you all.”Also Read - Lucknow Super Giants Achieve Unique Record In History Of IPL vs Kolkata Knight Riders | KKR vs LSG TATA IPL 2022

This did not go down well with Brendon McCullum who vowed to find out the miscreant and teach him/her a lesson. Brendon McCullum’s post read, “Tonight someone decided, via social media to release that my brother passed away! Im on a flight back to NZ and my heart broke! None of it is true! Whoever put this out there, I’ll find you! Somewhere, somehow.” Also Read - Michael Vaughan Questions Brendon McCullum Appointment As England's Test Coach Over Gary Kirsten

Brendon McCullum is currently plying his trade in the T10 League with the Rajputs. Also Read - Brendon McCullum Appointed As England Test Coach On A Four-Year Deal, Key Says 'Calculated Gamble'

Nathan McCullum is the elder of the two brothers but has not played as much as Brendon. Nathan represented New Zealand but was not able to cement his place for a long time.

Brendon McCullum played 101 Tests, 260 ODIs and 71 T20Is for New Zealand. The attacking right-hander has 6,453 runs in Tests, 6,083 in ODIs and 2,140 in T20Is. He has a total of 19 centuries and 76 half-centuries to his name.