Mohamed Henni slams Kylian Mbappé over burger controversy

French influencer Mohamed Henni has hit out at Kylian Mbappé after the PSG star’s lawyers sent him a legal warning for using his name in one of his burgers.

Henni, who is known for his YouTube channel and his Marseille kebab chain, had named one of his burgers “Le Mbappé” with the description “Round baker’s bread, as round as Mbappé’s head.”

Mbappé’s lawyers sent Henni a legal warning, claiming that the use of his name was “unauthorized” and “damaging” to his image.

Henni responded angrily to the legal warning on the French TV show Touche Pas à Mon Poste.

“He doesn’t want to be associated with any brand, any player,” Henni said. “When he’s with Messi and Neymar, he pulls a face.

“Come on, if you want to play alone, go play tennis, go play golf. Junk food is part of the football fan’s heritage. We like to eat our pizza in front of the game. Mbappé needs to stop bothering us. He needs to stop making people feel guilty.”

Henni’s comments have sparked a debate on social media, with some people supporting him and others criticizing him.

Some people believe that Mbappé is being too sensitive and that Henni was simply using his name in a humorous way.

Others believe that Henni was wrong to use Mbappé’s name without his permission and that he is trying to profit off of the player’s fame.

It remains to be seen whether Henni will face any legal action from Mbappé.

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