- Nigerian soccer star Emmauel Emenike is not worried about any racial comment that may come his way
- The 30-year-old striker who plays for Fenerbahce stated that racists should add 'rich money' to his name
- Former Inter Milan star Sulley Muntari is the latest black player to be abused
Racism is a serious issue in the game of football as many players have been attacked and abused, but Nigerian international striker Emmanuel Emenike is not perturbed with any racist comment that may come his way.
NAIJ.com understands that many black players playing in Europe have fell victims of racial abuse, and Ghanaian star player Sulley Muntari is the latest after suffering a racial abuse while playing for his team in Italy.
While responding to some of the comments on his Instagram page, the 30-year-old Fenerbahe striker told racists that they should not forget to add 'rich monkey' to his name.