Arsenal’s Hector Bellerin leaves his 1.8m followers in no doubt what he thinks of the Prime Minister with a ‘f***Boris’ Tweet on election morning
- The British public has gone to the polls this morning ahead of today’s election
- Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are vying to become Britain’s Prime Minister
- Arsenal star Hector Bellerin has implored people to vote and said: ‘F***Boris’
- Corbyn is an avid Arsenal fan and has struck up a good bond with Bellerin
Arsenal star Hector Bellerin has weighed in on the political debate as people go to the polls ahead of today’s election.
In what is being described as the biggest election in recent history, Bellerin, who joined Arsenal from Barcelona as a youngster, shared his views on current Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who took over from Theresa May earlier this year.
Arsenal star weighed in on the political debate on Thursday, telling his followers to vote
The Spaniard shared a post on the influence of non-voters, before adding ‘F***Boris’
‘Young people across the world have a chance to change what the future can be,’ he told his followers. ‘Today’s the chance for all the British people to influence what your future & those living here holds.’
He ended the tweet with the hashtags: ‘F***Boris’ and ‘GoVote’.
Johnson is hoping to win a majority that will allow him to pass his Brexit deal through Parliament, which is currently stuck in a deadlock. The Prime Minister wants to ‘Get Brexit Done’ and allow the country to move forward.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn are vying to lead the country for the next five years
Bellerin’s tweet is likely to have gone down well with Labour supporters, with the party’s leader, Jeremy Corbyn, being an avid Arsenal fan.
The 70-year-old, who is the MP for Islington, is a friend of Bellerin’s, having met the Arsenal star at an event in 2017.
The pair speak Spanish and struck up a good bond, Daily Mail columnist Piers Morgan said the pair excluded him from a conversation at the event as they spoke Spanish.
‘Later, fellow Arsenal fan Jeremy Corbyn came over to speak to him,’ Morgan said. ‘When I tried to interrupt, the Labour leader – whose wife is Mexican – promptly switched to fluent Spanish to shut me out of the conversation.’
Corbyn (left) and Bellerin (right) met in 2017 and spoke together in Spanish at a ceremony