It seems Apostle Suleman and Frank Edoho are not just man of God and TV personality respectively but also football lovers and stoners. The two men both support the London club Arsenal and Chelsea. For the past few days, they have both been throwing banters at each other whenever one's club loses or wins. First was the Apostle throwing shades at Chelsea fans when they lost their game against Sheffield United, next was Arsenal losing to fellow London club Tottenham.
This night, Arsenal hosted champions, Liverpool at the Emirates and won with 2 goals to 1. Mikel Arteta and his boys sure played a good game coming from one goal down to win the match. Not only did the win the match but they also threw the chances of Liverpool ending the season with 100 points. Taking two error chances of Liverpool and converting them to goals is no small feat.
After the match, Frank Edoho, the host to the popular TV program " who wants to be a millionaire" tweeted this
Funny it is, but the Apostle is yet to reply to him. Kudos to gunners what a match.
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