Manchester United's fan and Die Hard nominated Senator Millicent Omanga surprised everyone yesterday evening when she made a post right before Manchester united went into a Champions League clash with PSG.
In her post Senator Millicent Wrote, "siku bado mbichi, the day must end with a win-win for Manchester united against PSG. Those with a similar opinion say Aye?.....Nays anzeni kulala hatutaki makasiriko sana sana kale ka team arse......." #MamaMiradi.
What got many people talking is her last statement which she decided to attack Arsenal fans but did it in a weird way by writing the word half which could be pronounced to mean something totally different.
Netizens were not left behind to comment on this post some supporting United even though they lost at home 3-1 to PSG. Below are some of the crazy comments gotten from her Facebook post.
"The only way ManU can avoid the storm from the Blues is by winning against PSG so as to reduce possibility of Chelsea vs ManU clash", another fan commented
"It will end in premium tears.. Mhesh I sell sleeping pills just in case you need some," said another fan.
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