a group of Argentina supporters of Qatar Towards the World Cup, he embarrassed himself and his country by singing offensive songs live on TV.
Although France is not in Argentina’s group, some fans seem to see France as one of Albiceleste’s biggest rivals to lift the trophy.
To that end, they have devised a special chant dedicated to the French team and its star man. Kylian Mbappe.
A group of supporters sang the offensive song for the Argentinean channel TyC Sports, but the camera was eventually panned, causing reporters to complain and label the song “censored”.
Mbappe offensive chant target
Chants that air on TV and are now going viral on social media are disgusting and offensive for all sorts of reasons.
One section is specifically aimed at: Kylian Mbappe And it hints at a romance with transgender model Inez Lau, the first transgender woman to grace the cover of Playboy.
“They are transvestites like Mbappe,” chanted a group of Argentinian fans.
Chauvinist song for the French national team
The song takes aim at the French team as a whole, playing with a racist metaphor that Les Bleus teams are full of African players, implying that black players should not be French. doing.
This offensive claim is nothing new, and the xenophobic innuendo is very clear.
“They play in France, but they are all from Angola,” sang an Argentinian fan.
France had only one player from Angola and only two from Africa.
Both of these players moved to France when they were two years old, and it doesn’t matter.
Top 16 potential opponents
France and Argentina They could face each other in the Round of 16, but either of them would have to finish second in their group and both could be top.
That said, if they did go head to head at some point in the tournament, a video of this chant would surely resurface and could serve as further motivation for the French.