Duh, Lukaku is accused of insinuating Chelsea through social media posts


Romelu Lukaku accused of being sarcastic Chelsea by posting on social media. Big Rom write messages about self-evident and easy disconnection.

Lukaku returns to Inter Milan after one season at Chelsea. The Belgian striker was loaned to the Nerazzurri for one season for a fee of 10 million pounds.

The transfer also realized Lukaku’s dream to play again in an Inter shirt. He was once a star The beloved one before being bought by Chelsea for 27.5 million pounds in 2021.



Statistics Romelu Lukaku together Chelsea in 2021/2022 it is not worth the purchase price. The ex-Manchester United only recorded 8 goals from 26 Premier League matches.

Lukaku also briefly expressed his unhappiness at Chelsea at the end of 2021. Big Rom especially complaining about the style of play The Blues the care of Thomas Tuchel.

Quoting Daily Mail, Lukaku’s disappointment with Chelsea seems to still linger upon his arrival at Inter. The 29-year-old player poured into words in his photo upload on Instagram.

“I may show you that I am solid first and if the energy is not right. I will show you how easy it is to disconnect, no more effort. Lost …,” wrote Lukaku.

Investigate a calibaration, these words are fragments of the lyrics of the song “Scorpio” sung by American rapper, Moneybagg Yo. However, not a few fans thought the sentence was intended by Lukaku to insinuate Chelsea.

“Lukaku has a Ronaldo ego with the ability of Gabby Agbonlahor,” tweeted the Chelsea fan account, CFC-Blues, on Twitter.

“This man went the extra mile to get the Chelsea fans to hate him,” another fan added.

“What is he thinking anyway. Challenging the club and the fans. Definitely not going to win,” wrote one fan Chelsea other.

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