‘Don’t use my name for your kebab!’ — Mbappe 

Kylian Mbappe, the Paris Saint-Germain forward, is reportedly taking legal action against a French kebab shop owner for using his name to promote a sandwich. 

The kebab, described as being made with “Baker round bread, as round as Mbappe’s skull,” is sold by Mohamed Henni, an influencer with a large social media following. 

According to ESPN, Mbappe’s legal representatives sent Henni a letter demanding the removal of the star’s name from the menu. 

Henni shared this on Instagram, questioning Mbappe’s priorities and accusing him of misusing his influence. 

Dimitri Payet, another footballer, is celebrated in the shop without issue, and Henni has used this reaction against Mbappe to question the PSG player’s values. 

As of now, Mbappe has not responded to these claims. 

Meanwhile, the player continues to focus on the PSG’s Champions League campaign, where they recently secured a place in the quarter-finals.

Compiled by staff writer

Pictured above: Kylian Mbappe. 

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