West Bromwich Albion defender Tosin Adarabioyo has thrown his weight behind Manchester City star Raheem Sterling over his reaction to being racially abused by Chelsea fans at the Stamford Bridge in City’s first loss of the season on Saturday.
Sterling was called names when he approached the corner flag that had the bulk of home fans with camera footages capturing fans hurling hurtful abuses at the England international.
Reacting to the racism saga, Sterling has accused the media for fueling the racism card with most of their headlines, giving an example of how two young Manchester City players (Phil Foden and Tosin Adarabioyo) were portrayed in their headlines after buying houses for their parents.
Sterling has received support from a host of people and institutions including Liverpool and Tosin Adarabioyo who was included in the example has come out to thank Sterling and has given a word of encouragement to the City superstar. “When they try to abuse and bring us down but God has protected you from all angles! Another year of prosperity @Sterling7”
Tosin Adarabioyo a Manchester City defender on loan to West Brom was portrayed by the English tabloid as being wasteful when he recently purchased a £2.25 million house for his mother.