KYLIAN MBAPPE suing kebab shop owner in France for using his name in the description of one of his sandwiches

Thursday, March 14, 2024
 – Paris Saint-Germain superstar, Kylian Mbappe is reportedly suing the owner of a kebab shop in France after his name was used in the description for a sandwich.

The shop, opened by influencer Mohamed Henni, sells a Klub kebab which is described as being made with 'baker round bread, as round as Mbappe's skull'.

The sandwich is available on the online delivery platform Uber Eats, though Mbappe's legal team has taken exception to the bizarre branding, according to ESPN.

Henni took to social media to share a screenshot of a letter he is said to have recently received from an agency.

The letter was allegedly sent by Delphine Verheyden, Mbappe's lawyer, on behalf of KMA, the firm created to deal with the player's merchandising and image rights

'Are you not ashamed?' he raged. 'You have nothing else to do? Suing me for something so futile. It is incredible. I can't believe it!'

He added: 'I'm stunned a player of this level has the time to think about me. He is using his time and money to attack me. I am not hurting anyone.'

Former France international Dimitri Payet also has an item named after him, with the winger, who currently plays for Vasco da Gama, honoured with a savoury pancake.

Alleging hypocrisy, Henni said: ‘Payet is a player with values. Mbappe has lost it.’

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