Mudryk had an unpleasant incident in England: why the Ukrainian had to apologise

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Mudryk was involved in an unpleasant incident

Chelsea's Ukrainian newcomer Mykhailo Mudryk got into an unpleasant situation in England because of a video he shared on his TikTok page. Last summer, our compatriot posted a short video of himself and a friend performing the Freestyle track by Lil Baby.

For this, Mudryk was criticised by the human rights organisation Kick It Out, according to The Sun tabloid. The fact is that the song mentions the word "n*gger" 16 times, which British media and activists replace with the N-word.


Mykhailo's representative has already apologised on behalf of the player. He noted that the footballer was only quoting the singer. "'Mykhailo deeply regrets if he offended anyone by posting this video last July. Although he only wanted to perform the song, Mykhailo deeply regrets his decision and recognises that it was inappropriate. The video has already been removed," the Ukrainian responded through his manager.


After that, Kick It Out withdrew its claims against the Chelsea newcomer. "We are pleased that Mykhailo Mudryk has realised that the use of the N-word has caused other people pain," the organisation said.


Recall that Mudryk made a bright debut for Chelsea in the 0-0 game against Liverpool, appearing as a substitute at the start of the second half. The Ukrainian immediately scored several sharp chances, came close to scoring and earned a yellow card for the opposition. With his actions, the 22-year-old Ukrainian national team player garnered many enthusiastic reviews from English experts.

As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Mykhailo Mudryk set a season record in the English Championship in his first match for the Aristocrats.

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