Astrid Wett switches from Chelsea to Real Madrid and calls herself 'Ballon d'Wh*re winner'

Posted Wednesday, April 10, 2024 by

Astrid Wett switches from Chelsea to Real Madrid and calls herself 'Ballon d'Wh*re winner'

Chelsea fan Astrid Wett has switched her allegiance to Real Madrid and named herself the 'Ballon d'Wh*re' winner.

The adult content creator was slammed with widespread backlash after she appeared to use a flashing sex toy as she watched Chelsea's miraculous comeback at home against Manchester United last Thursday.

But she's now received complaints from Spain as Real Madrid fans refused to claim her as their own and were left fearing the worst after the wannabe boxer put her support behind the 14-time Champions League winners.

Wett posted a message announcing she was about to switch her allegiance to the La Liga giants on Twitter ahead of their Champions League quarter-final tie against Manchester City. Captioning the post: "Buzzing to sign for the Galactico's as the current Ballon D'Whore winner. Let's get started Madridistas".

In the video, Wett posed in the iconic white home kit of Los Blancos in front of a backdrop of the Santiago Bernabeu and a small white podium, often seen when Real announce major news, reaffirming her case of the self-awarded personal achievement, she said: "Real Madrid fans, I'm following in the footsteps of (Eden) Hazard after Baku and (Antonio) Rudiger.

"I'm moving to Real Madrid on loan as my new second team. I would like to thank my friends, my family, my subscribers, most of all, I'd like to thank Florentino Perez for this amazing opportunity. The content is about to be crazy and I know that Real goes for the best talent, so they have signed the Ballon d'Wh*re winner."

It seemed as though Madridstas' fears Wett's unwanted appearance may be a "jinx", looked to be true when Bernardo Silva took advantage of terrible goalkeeping from Antony Lunin to put City a goal up inside two minutes from a free-kick some 30 yards out.

But Carlo Ancelotti's side did arrive at the party soon enough, a deflected effort by Eduardo Camavinga from distance was deflected past Stefan Ortega. Then just two minutes later, Rodrygo kept his nerve to slot past the German keeper and put Real 2-1 up in a chaotic opening 15 minutes.

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