Actress Jacqueline Wolper alias Wolper Stylish has ignited reactions after dropping a message to her fiancée Rich Mitindo. Taking to her Instagram Page, she shared a video of Rich carrying their son, then accompanied it with a caption, warning him not to push the kid to develop high blood pressure complications.
She then went on to troll him, citing that he is supporting a weak team. She went further to add that when a kid is still small, they need to follow their mothers.
Well. From the picture, Rich could be seen in a red Manchester United shirt. This therefore mean Wolper's statement is connected to the English Premier League game between Manchester United and Aston Villa, a match that Manchester United lost despite having numerous scoring opportunities.
Wasteful Manchester United succumbed to a 1-0 defeat at Old Trafford. After Aston Villa defender Hausa gave the away team a shocking lead few minutes to final whistle, Manchester United got a penalty that could have put the game 1-1 heading to the stoppage time.
Unfortunately, Bruno Fernández skied the ball, giving Aston Villa three important points.
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