The Daily Star Target Raheem Sterling AGAIN. Why? Because His Car Is Dirty
Posted by Jordan Clarke | Published on January 26, 2017
The Daily Star (we know that’s enough to stop reading, but stay with us) have targetted Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling AGAIN, why? Because his car is dirty.
— Daily Star (@Daily_Star) January 25, 2017
Yup, that’s right. The newspaper are known for their continuous attacks on the English international and on this occasion, his car, which cost £50,000 as they like to make clear, wasn’t clean enough for their liking. The tweet left fans from all fanbases fuming with the outlet, including a discovery from @AdamBailey_ that the paper had written 7 articles on the 22-year-old in January alone, all attempting to criticise Sterling.
The Daily Star have published 7 articles about Raheem Sterling this month. All seven derogatory in nature. What's fueling this obsession?
— Adam Bailey (@adambailey__) January 26, 2017
In these articles, Raheem Sterling receives criticism for:
• Shopping in Poundland (turns out the photo was over three years old)
• Having three garages.
Given the consistency and the hatred that occurs with these articles, it’s clear to see the Daily Star have an agenda with the winger, along with their hunger for ad revenue means they’ll hire University Graduates to place photos of dirty cars in articles and think of the most derogatory words they can, because ya know, that’s modern day journalism, if you hadn’t noticed.
The reaction to the publication of the article didn’t go down too well, as expected. Here’s how the world of Twitter reacted:
— Asa Elliott (@AsaElliott) January 25, 2017
@Daily_Star Imagine spending all that time in Uni studying Journalism to write shite like this
— __ (@TweetsbyGG) January 25, 2017
@Daily_Star You really wonder what the average IQ within Daily Star is
— Albin Steen (@SteenAbbe) January 25, 2017
@Daily_Star just seen Sterling buying some iced buns from the Pound Bakery. He also took his own bag in so he didn't have to pay a 5p charge
— PepTalk_MCFC (@PepTalk_MCFC) January 25, 2017
@Daily_Star sad that someone who probably had ambitions of being reputable journalist must resort to this cos they're shit at the real stuff
— CityNittyGritty (@CityNittyGritty) January 25, 2017
— ㅤ (@Dylzus) January 25, 2017
@Daily_Star You're saddos
— Sean (@City_Sean) January 25, 2017
Given the fact the Daily Star most likely have a media team dedicated to watching 24-hour surveillance of Sterling, you can expect to receive an update when the Manchester City winger receives a scuff on his new pair of £450 Yeezy’s on the Daily Star website, found at http://www.dailystar.co.uk/.