Actor of the Champions League final and singing superstar Camila Cabello has captured the wrath of football fans after targeting the crowd in a since-deleted tweet.
Real Madrid beat Liverpool 1-0 in a Champions League final that started 37 minutes late due to disruptive crowd problems outside the Stade de France in Paris.
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Winger Vinicius Junior scored a close-range finish after a Federico Valverde shot went over goal in the 59th minute and secured a win on Saturday night that gave Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti a record fourth European title.
International pop sensation Cabello appeared before the game in a glamorous routine, performing a mix of her songs.
However, Cabello made an appearance at the stadium when several Liverpool fans were pepper sprayed outside as they tried to get into the Stade de France.
In addition, fans inside the stadium could be heard singing team songs about Cabello’s six-minute routine.
This prompted Cabello to tease those in attendance in a now-deleted post.
“We’re playing our performance and I can’t believe people were singing their teams’ anthems so loud during our performance,” she wrote.
“My team and I have worked tirelessly for so long to set the right mood and put on a good show.
“Very rude, but whatever. I’m glad you liked it!!!!!”
Camilla Cabello swallows criticism after tweet
While Cabello received plenty of support for her sensational performance, she also seemed to upset a number of fans with her message.
Many claimed that none of the passionate supporters were there for the musical performance.
While others claimed the scenes outside overshadowed the scenes inside the stadium.
Separately, Cabello took to social media after her act to explain how excited and honored she was to perform in the Champions League final.
Champions League final wrapped in chaos
Before her performance, the game was marred when Police showed up to pepper-spray Liverpool fans who tried to enter the stadium.
For many, particularly Liverpool fans, pre-game crowd problems overshadowed this final and will surely be the focus of an investigation by UEFA and the authorities in the coming days.
Riot police fired tear gas and pepper spray at fans who waited in long lines to be admitted to the flagship game of European football, the kick-off of which was postponed
Stadium security in Paris appeared to prevent a number of Liverpool fans from entering the stadium despite having tickets.
One fan said: “It’s absolutely chaotic. The French, their organization and UEFA, it’s just appalling.”
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