Following what has been a racial abuse if Rashford, Sancho and Saka for missing their crucial penalties against Italy in the euro finals, a BBC journalist has said she was happy England lost for how racist some fans are.
Yvette Twagiramariya, said she is excited over England’s loss to Italy in the Euros finals.
In a post after the match, Yvette who has interviewed top African musicians and personalities like Anas Aremeyaw, Yemi Alade among others for the BBC Africa, explains that “I am so glad & happy England lost! racists don’t deserve to win! and they never will!”
Sharing her post match opinion in reaction with racial abuse targeted at Marcus Rashford of Manchester United, Sancho of Manchester United and Saka who plays for Arsenal for missing their penalties, Yvette is saying that “I don’t like football but the racist comments on social media about our black boys show a lot about this country! well, guess what… we are no longer your slaves (surpriseeee!)! you are not our masters. take a chill pill & sit down”.
When you love someone at their best you should love that same person at their worst. Now, while you sipping on your tea & biscuits … those boys are enjoying their £ with their families because black people ain’t got time for hate! (me singing: it’s going to Rome! our ancestors are proud of you,” she concluded.
Other top Brits like Prince William, Harry Kane, Harry Maguire, Boris Johnson have all condemned the act of racism directed the the trio for missing their penalties.