Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang deleted his Twitter account today after a bizarre post to the social media platform at 7:17 p.m.
Aubameyang, who missed the team’s last three games after contracting malaria while on an international mission, began his post with “ I didn’t miss you on Twitter ” – followed by a few laughing emojis .
The 31-year-old was angered that no one was ‘allowed’ to talk about ‘anything’ other than football and the European Super League, which Arsenal have yet to show signs of withdrawal.
Aubameyang pointed out that there were “no more” comments about the Covid-19 pandemic, “online abuse” and “racism” in his eyes in an expression of thoughts that show anti-establishment vibes.
The Gunners skipper added that he actually felt ‘better’ while sick without a phone than he was ‘now’ before quickly shutting down the device and surprisingly deleting his Twitter account.
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After this bizarre tweet, Aubameyang has now deleted his Twitter account. pic.twitter.com/avvRtI0FNQ
– Footy Accumulators (@FootyAccums) April 20, 2021
Aubameyang is nothing if not a character. If we’re being completely honest, the Gabon international made a few valid points here, or tried to do so before his mind fled.