- A highly unsavoury incident occurred during a live on-air debate on renowned broadcaster SuperSport’s channel
- Tsebang Mollison put the proverbial foot in moth in a moment of severe unprofessionalism discussing the age-old Cristiano Ronaldo vs Lionel Messi debate
- She used a most unsavoury expletive in expressing her dislike of the Portuguese legend, which threw viewers into a tailspin
Tsebang Mollison is not in anyone’s good graces this morning.
The renowned influencer has jeopardised her immediate prospects in a moment of madness. During a broadcast on SuperSport, she used a terrible expletive in a discussion about Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
Mollison – @TwiggyMol on Twitter – said, in response to a question about who she wanted to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup:
“Messi, because Ronaldo is a [expletive].”
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A stunned guest on the show responded:
“Can we say that? Can we get away with that? Okay, I don’t know about that!”
Mollison defiantly responded:
“I just did!”
The exchange can be seen here.
It was clear to everyone in the studio and at home that she had overstepped the line by an uncomfortable distance. SuperSport, renowned for how image conscious the company is, was yet to give an official response as the fallout continued.
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The bad blood between Manchester United and Cristiano Ronaldo has continued, after the club’s Twitter admin posted in support of Bruno Fernandes.
Debate rages on who scored Portugal’s first goal against Uruguay between Ronaldo and Fernandes, and the Red Devils have taken their player’s side.
Sports Brief reported that the English club terminated CR7’s contract after his explosive interview, during which he took shots at managers, owners and players.
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Ronaldo texted Morgan about goal
Portugal’s opening goal generated much controversy, about who should be awarded the credit between Ronaldo and Fernandes.
As reported by Sports Brief, Ronaldo appeared to get a touch from Fernandes’ cross, but the goal was later awarded to the Manchester United midfielder.
Media personality and CR7 friend, Morgan revealed the star texted him, claiming he did get a touch of the ball as it went into the net.
Source: Sports Brief News