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'Who are you to judge the life I live?': Leicester City's Musa slams critics

The Nigerian forward has advised his critics to check themselves before pointing the finger.

LEICESTER CITY’S AHMED Musa has warned people not to judge him, stating that he is not perfect and he doesn’t have to be.

The Nigeria forward was questioned by Leicestershire police earlier this month following a row with his wife, Jamila.

In a post on Instagram, Musa advised his critics to check themselves before pointing fingers at him.

“Who are you to judge the life I live? I’m not perfect and I don’t have to be! Before you start pointing fingers, make sure your hands are clean.#JULMUS,” he posted.

In a later post, Musa added: “Truth is always like oil in water… No matter how much of water you add… it always floats on top.”

Musa has been surplus to requirements since Craig Shakespeare took over as manager of the reigning English Premier League champions.

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