The CEO of Loud Silence Media, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor, has subtly Jabbed Chelsea Football Club after beating Manchester City to lift their second Champions League trophy. According to Kevin Taylor, he is congratulating Chelsea for winning one of the weakest Champions league ever played.
Kevin Taylor made this statement yesterday,1st June 2021, on his 'With All Due respect' program on Loud Silence television.
According to him, it is not easy for a terrible team like Chelsea out of luck to get to that point and win the Champions League.
"So, congratulations to Chelsea for winning one of the weakest Champions League tournaments. They are no crowds, they were supposed to cancel the tournament, but I will say congratulations to them." - he said
He added that he congratulates Ngolo Kante for showing the world that he is a good player.
He concluded by saying that teams like Manchester United, AC Milan, and Real Madrid had a reason for not going to the finals because this was a wack Champions league.
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