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Mbappé suing a kebab maker for using his name

Mbappé suing a kebab maker for using his name

Reports of Mbappé suing a Kebab maker has broke the Internet after the influencer-cum-chef came out to share the news.

The outraged influencer claims the want away French star lodged a complaint because a kebab was named after him.

Henni Mohammed has received a letter from, Delphine Verheyden, Mbappé’s legal representative. In the letter, the Marseille supporter was asked to rethink his choice for naming his kebab. He now has just a week to do so or he will face legal action.

Henni Mohammed also has another one of his edible products named after former Westham start Dimitri payet.

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Kebab maker Henni Mohammed

In response to the letter which he (Henni) has since shared on social media, he said:

“A player of this level has the time to think about me. He [Mbappe] is using his time and money to attack me. I am not hurting anyone, I am a humourist. Are you not embarrassed? Launching a legal complaint for absolutely nothing?” Goal.com reports.

News of Kylian Mbappé suing a kebab maker for using his name may come as a surprise to many. Although, using a super star’s name without his consent is not a very wise thing to do. The Frenchman most certainly has bigger fishes to fry, like securing his move to Real Madrid.

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Kylian Mbappé informed PSG owner of his desire to quit the French club in the summer.

PSG boss Luis Enrique has since had to try to make do without him, playing him often from the bench. The Spanish coach insists PSG must learn to do without the French forward as it is clear he is leaving.

Paris Saint Germain have already begun looking for a replacement and have been linked with Marcus Rashford.

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