Real Warri Pikin Begs Chelsea As Husband Looks Sad After Fulham Loss

Real Warri Pikin Begs Chelsea As Husband Looks Sad After Fulham Loss

Ibitoye Shittu
January 14, 2023 at 7:15 AM
  • Chelsea's poor run of form continued on Thursday, 12 January, losing against Fulham
  • Nigerian dancer Real Warri Pikin has however pleaded to Chelsea players to save her marriage
  • The 32-year-old posted a picture of her husband not looking good after Chelsea's loss at Fulham

Nigerian comedienne popularly known as Real Warri Pikin has taken to social media to beg Chelsea players for them to stop losing and save his marriage.

This comes hours after the Stamford Bridge landlords were defeated 2-1 by Fulham in a Premier League game played on Thursday night, 12 January.

Chelsea fans all over the world were not happy with the result as they were expecting their players to beat their London rivals.

Real Warri Pikin, Chelsea, husband, Fulham
Chelsea and Fulham players in action in Premier League game. Photo by Ben Stansall
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In a post Warri Pikin posted on her Instagram page, the 32-year-old revealed that her husband was disappointed with the loss against Fulham.

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She also shared a photo of her husband looking sad after the Premier League game which he watched at home on television.

Statement made by Warri Pikin

''Chelsea, Chelsea, Chelsea. How many times did I call you? Please if not for anything, at least save my marriage.''

Brief info about Warri Pikin

Anita Asuoha was born on 29th of October 1990 and brought up in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria.

Her father is of Ijaw tribe from Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State while her mother is of Urhobo tribe.

She studied Political Science/Public Administration at the Benson Idahosa University Benin City and graduated in 2012.

Potter sends Aubameyang message

Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how there seems to be no end in sight for Chelsea's woes after yet another loss to London neighbours Fulham, with many key incidents and decisions sending different messages about the situation at the club.

New arrival from Atletico Madrid, João Felix was handed his full debut and was the brightest man in Chelsea's attack, until an over-ambitious and reckless challenge made him see a straight red in the 58th minute.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and new signing, David Datro Fofana were the two recognized number 9s on the bench, but Graham Potter opted to shake up the defence and midfield, leaving makeshift striker Kai Havertz on.

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