Karim Benzema posts a bizarre Tupac betrayal photo after Kylian Mbappe ditches Real Madrid at the last moment

Karim Benzema has been accused of sharing a photo about betrayal.

Karim Benzema and Kylian Mbappe

After countryman Kylian Mbappe opted to stay at PSG rather than transfer to Real Madrid, Karim Benzema has been alleged of sharing a photo about treachery on his Instagram handle. There has rarely been as much drama around a player’s choice to sign a contract with a football club as there was on Saturday with Mbappe.

Prior to the news, Benzema resorted to social media to make a joke at his fellow Frenchman, apparently disappointed that the World Cup champion would not be accompanying him at the Bernabeu. The Real striker then returned to Instagram with a less subtle message that fans read something very fascinating into after being paraded around the pitch to reveal his new three-year contract.

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All you need to know about Karim Benzema’s Instagram story after Mbappe signed his contract with PSG

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Karim Benzema posts a bizarre Tupac betrayal photo after Kylian Mbappe ditches Real Madrid at the last moment 2

The Real striker then resorted to Instagram with a subliminal hint that many read something very fascinating into after Mbappe was being paraded around the Parc des Princes to proclaim his new three-year agreement.

The 34-year-old shared a photo of Tupac Shakur that appears to be innocent, but in the background is a ‘friend’ of the musician who allegedly betrayed him before his 1996 death. It’s unclear whether the narrative about treachery is real, or even if that’s why the ex Lyon striker tweeted the photo, but social media ate it up.

Karim Benzema posted this photo on his Instagram account. It’s a photograph of Tupac and a betrayed buddy. Karim is dissatisfied “Someone explained social media to me“. However, a Benzema fan page claimed responsibility for the message, a twist that only adds to the story’s mystery.

They said that because they knew the favorite for the Ballon d’Or was a Tupac lover, they provided him the photo, which he subsequently published on Saturday, just after Mbappe’s declaration.

Yesterday’s revelation enraged not just the striker, but also La Liga president Javier Tebas, who was unhappy that his league would not be gaining a global superstar. Tebas even went so far as to call the ruling an “insult to football.”

The 23-year-old World Cup champion was clearly pleased with his new three-year contract, and he celebrated in style by scoring a hat-trick in PSG’s final match of the season.

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