QPR’s Stephen Mbia Tweets Joey Barton, Asks If They Can Swap Clubs, Claims Account Was Hacked

By Chris Wright


Last night, a Tweet was sent to Joey Barton (who has just been suspended for two games for calling Thiago Silva a “fat ladyboy”) from the official Twitter account of QPR midfielder Stephane Mbia, asking if the two could swap places.

Barton responded, giving it the old “no way, Jose”.

It’s worth noting that Mbia has since played the old “hacked account” card and QPR are investigating his claims.

“I did not write the tweets, and I have made people at the club aware of that,” Mbia said. “I saw the messages this morning and spoke with the club about them, but now I see there are more appearing in my name.”

It’s uncertain whether the now-deleted message is/was kosher, though given that level of commitment to the cause that the majority of the QPR squad have radiated this season, it’s not hard to imagine that Mbia already has his eyes on the exit – not that many Hoops fans would miss him.

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  1. SL says:

    Hes now denied he was hacked. We always knew he had a screw loose on the pitch but it looks like hes like that off the pitch too.

  2. ollie says:

    Awful AWFUL player. One of the first qpr should flog

  3. stephen mbia says:

    hi, stephen mbia here, my entire computer has been hacked and i’m posting this off my computer that’s been hacked, so this might be the hacker or it might be me. i can’t think of a good excuse.

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