Adebayor posts more extraordinary dirt on brother who stole Marc-Vivien Foe’s shirt

Tottenham's Emmanuel Adebayor in action with Manchester City's Martin Demichelis during a Premier League match. Image by: Andrew Couldridge / REUTERS
Tottenham’s Emmanuel Adebayor in action with Manchester City’s Martin Demichelis during a Premier League match.
Image by: Andrew Couldridge / REUTERS

Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor took to Facebook yet again on Sunday to go on an extreme rant about his family after falling out with them.

After posting a bizarre rant lambasting his family for allegedly abusing his wealth, the multi-millionaire footballer, who played for Arsenal, Real Madrid and Manchester City previously, the Togolese international published part two of his extraordinary rant on his verified Facebook page.

Adebayor went into great detail in criticism of his younger brother, revealing that Rotimi stole two of his most priceless possessions – a Marc-Vivien Foé shirt and Zinedine Zidane’s signed Real Madrid shirt.

Adebayor wrote: “In 2002, I went to play the AFCON in Mali and I had the huge privilege to swap my shirt with Marc-Vivien Foé. May his soul rest in peace. When I got back to Togo, I put that shirt in a secure place. My brother found a way to steal that shirt and sold it.”

Adebayor also recounted an incident in which his brother stole an expensive necklace meant for his mother.

“When I was in Metz, I was earning about €15,000 a month. I wanted to get something unique for my mom to thank her for all she did for me. I wanted to make her happy. So I decided to take an amount worth 3 months of my wages and I bought her a Cartier neckless for about €45,000. Rotimi and his friends Akim(@Yam Freedom) and Tao (@Sao Tao Oyawole) made a plan and stole that precious neckless. They sold it for about €800.”

Emmanuel promised to follow up this sad story with a part three in the coming days. He said:”The part 3 is coming out soon and it will be about the man that calls himself the father of the family @Kola Adebayor A.K.A Lion of Judah.”