Youtuber DjMaRiiO hit Jota Jordi the ‘slap’ of the century for his embarrassing harassment of Vini

26 Nov 2021

The most viral yesterday, DjMaRiiO gave a full-fledged ‘slap’ to the collaborator of ‘El Chiringuito’ after continuing with the ‘harassment’ of Vinicius Jr. After being ‘quiet’ for several months, Jota Jordi took advantage of the game against Sheriff to report him on Twitter as being “the best player in the world.” Using a humorous tone, trying to make fun of the madridistas: “Why (why) hasn’t Vinicius played the best in the world against the Sheriff?”

What was not expected was the sublime response of DjMaRiiO, who replied to his tweet by writing the following: “He is reserving himself for the round of 16 that he will be able to play.” The youtuber made this reference since Barça continues without being classified for the next phase, unlike Madrid who guaranteed the pass.

Again, Jota Jordi returned to promote antimadridismo and took the opportunity to ‘harass’ Vini, who has little to say to him. The Blaugrana fans are seeing their club ‘sinking’ more and more and they see how their greatest rival continues to perform as before.

The reality is that Real Madrid is the only Spanish club that is among those classified for the round of 16 and the anger is already beginning to show through social networks. Barcelona will play everything in the last game against Bayern, after failing to get the three points against Benfica. Xavi’s team will face one of the most powerful teams in Europe and against whom they already lost 3-0 in the first leg.


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