Kylian Mbappé’s mom gave him an ultimatum: “30% or I retire!”

Fayza Lamari, Kylian Mbappé’s mom, has revealed how she convinced her son to donate almost a third of his income to a charity she started called “Inspired by KM.”

“I told him, ‘I’m not doing anything for less than 30%! I’m retiring and going to the Maldives, and I’m not working for you!'” Lamari said in a clip from the French TV show “Envoyé Spécial,” which will air on France 2 on January 18.

The charity, which will be officially launched on January 20, will help 98 children from all walks of life achieve their dreams. It will offer a variety of activities, including language classes, cultural and sports outings, master classes, and internships.

Lamari says she originally asked Mbappé for half of his income, but they eventually settled on 30%.

“It’s all for a good cause,” she said. “We want to help these kids reach their full potential.”

In addition to the charity, Mbappé also talked about his life as a famous footballer in the “Envoyé Spécial” interview. He said that he sometimes misses being able to do normal things, like going to the grocery store.

“I’d pay a lot of money to be able to do those things that most people take for granted,” he said. “I’ve lost the spontaneity of being human.”

Mbappé’s contract with Paris Saint-Germain expires on June 30. He has yet to decide whether he will re-sign with the club or move to another team.

“I haven’t made a decision yet,” he said. “I haven’t chosen. With the agreement I made with the president this summer, whatever my decision is, we managed to protect all parties, preserve the serenity of the club for the challenges ahead, which is the important thing. The rest is secondary.”

PSG president Nasser al-Khelaifi also spoke about Mbappé in the interview. He said he wants the French striker to stay with the club.

“It’s normal that people are talking about him,” al-Khelaifi said. “For me, he’s the best player in the world. I have a very good relationship with him, not just as a player, but as a person. He has an agreement with me, as he said. There’s no negotiation, but I think he’s still young, he wants to win a lot of trophies, and I hope it’s with us.”

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