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Spoiled Sterling seen drinking bottled water, may have Spotify Premium

Raheem Sterling

Manchester City fans have expressed their frustration at Raheem Sterling’s extravagant lifestyle after photographs surfaced of the £180,000-per-week star brashly downing mineral water.

Sterling appeared oblivious to the fact that he may have been flaunting his wealth in the faces of passers-by as he glugged down his 65p beverage.

It’s disgusting the way he’s using his wealth to purchase goods and services

To make matters worse, the England wideman seemed to be relaxing by listening to music on his headphones, prompting speculation that he may have a Spotify Premium subscription.

“It’s disgusting the way he’s using his wealth to purchase goods and services,” one Manchester City fan told FourFourTwo.

“Seeing him swigging that Evian as if it’s nothing makes me sick and it’s an insult to all of us who follow the club through thick and thin and pay his wages.

“I bet he’s got a whole fridge full of San Pellegrino or Badoit and he’s never run out of skips during a dodgy album track in his entire life.

“What’s wrong with tap water, or God forbid, how about he drinks out of a puddle like the rest of us regular Joes while we’re listening to Treefingers by Radiohead?”

Can’t win ‘em

While criticism of Sterling continues to mount for his decadent lifestyle, others have been left frustrated by his unnecessarily frugal lifestyle.

“Honestly, to see someone who earns that amount still shopping in Poundworld is an insult to those of us who actually have to shop there,” a Manchester City fan told FourFourTwo.

“I bet the stingy bastard doesn’t even have Spotify Premium and spends his whole time listening to Treefingers. Pathetic.”

Raheem Sterling was unavailable for comment because he’s either too big and important to talk to us or hasn’t paid his phone bill.

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