‘Why are you so mad? Try to understand that I do want you as a fan’: James Milner channels his inner Eminem as Liverpool man hilariously responds to fan in the style of hit song ‘Stan’ after being called out for not replying to their tweet
- Liverpool midfielder James Milner tweeted Eminem lyrics to humour a fan
- Milner posted the lyrics to hit song ‘Stan’ to appease the follower
- The fan had originally tweeted asking where to purchase Luis Suarez’ shorts
- Milner is available to face West Ham after serving a one-match suspension
The 33-year-old used adapted lyrics of hit song ‘Stan’ when responding one fan’s tweet, much to the amusement of his 507k followers.
The fan first sent Milner a bizarre tweet asking where he could purchase under shorts similar to those of former Reds number seven Luis Suarez.
Liverpool’s James Milner humoured his fans on Twitter with Eminem lyrics
Liverpool’s James Milner adapts the lyrics to Eminem’s hit song ‘Stan’ to respond to a fan
The person posted a follow-up message just hours later, imitating the obsessive Marshal Mathers fan in the song ‘Stan’.
The tweet humorously referred to the former England international as ‘Mister”I’m Too Good To Call Or Write My Fans”‘.
Eventually Milner tweeted a light-hearted reply, explaining: ‘I meant to tweet sooner but I just been busy.’
The former Manchester City man continued to quote the song, pleading with the follower to ‘Try to understand that I do want you as a fan.’
The fan first sarcastically asked Milner where to buy the under shorts of former Reds No 7 Luis Suarez
The fan then hilariously tweeted a follow-up message in the style of Eminem’s song ‘Stan’
But the current reds number seven Milner pithily told the follower that he had asked the ‘wrong number 7 #damn’.’
Liverpool currently sit five points clear at the top of the Premier League table and face West Ham United on Monday evening.
Milner will be available for selection at the London Stadium after serving a suspension for a red card received in the 4-3 victory over Crystal Palace.