￼Former Sunderland striker Asamoah Gyan has taken steps to sue a Ghanaian blogger for distributing counterfeit statements connected to him.
Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan Threatens To Sue Blogger Over Fake Quotes
Previous Sunderland striker Asamoah Gyan has taken steps to sue a Ghanaian blogger for distributing counterfeit statements connected to him.
The blogger at the focal point of the issue, which has Gyan moving on Twitter, Thosecalledcelebs shared phony statements made up a farce account.
The farce account utilizing Asamoah Gyan’s name tweeted about the Ghana legend’s notorious punishment miss at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.
“I deliberately missed the punishment due to my ex… I needed to make her extremely upset” the phony Asamoah Gyan on Twitter tweeted.
The blogger without checking began sharing the phony statements and that has Asamoah Gyan, who presently plays his club football in Ghana for Legon Cities, irate.
‘Those called Celeb! pull this pointless story connected to me down and withdraw with a statement of regret with prompt impact, on the off chance that you neglect to do that inside the following 3hrs, you will hear from my attorneys. This maltreatment in online media must stop ￼My account is confirmed on Twitter… your work as a writer includes due ingenuity,” Asamoah Gyan inscribed a screen capture of the post on his Instagram.
In 2010, Gyan missed an extra shot in the quarter-last of the 2010 FIFA World Cup against Uruguay. The miss cost Ghana and Africa a first semi-last debut at the worldwide masterpiece.
“Till today, any time alone, it actually torment me. At times I feel like the world ought to return again so I can vindicate myself, yet I realize this is something that will torment me for the remainder of my life. I acknowledge that in light of the fact that there is no way around it. I went there to save my nation, however I wound up being the scalawag, which I acknowledge on the grounds that I realize how individuals feel,” the 34-year old revealed to TV3 Ghana in a meeting in April 2010.