Kanye West wears Premier League kit to Fury vs Ngannou super fight

Kanye West wears Premier League kit to Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou super fight – but team does the shirt belong to? Fans are trying to figure out the owner of the black shirt with yellow trim

  • Kanye West seen sporting a black shirt with yellow stripes on the sleeves
  • Appears to be a Premier League kit with old Premier League arm patches
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Kanye West has been spotted in Riyadh in attendance of Tyson Fury’s fight with former UFC Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou.

The controversial rapper, who first rose to fame with hit Through the Wire, has become one of the biggest names in the world.

However, in recent years his antics outside of music have drawn more attention in a negative manner.

But sports fans have noticed one thing in particular about Kanye West’s appearnece at the fight.

The 24-time Grammy Award winner appears to be sporting an old Premier League shirt as an under shirt.

Kanye West has attended the Tyson Fury vs Francis Ngannou fight clearly sporting Premier Leauge patches on his under shirt

Eagle eyed fans were quick to point out that the black shirt he is sporting has the old Premier League logo.

The Premier League logos aside the only other identifiable mark on the shirt are three yellow stripes that would suggest it is an Adidas shirt.

The look has certainly got boxing and football fans alike discussing on social media which team it could possibly belong to.

One fan Tweeted ‘This feels like how people get excited about what fashion dress someone has on at the red Oscar’s. Instead this is better as it’s a football shirt’

While another suggested it could be a Manchester United shirt in order to show his support for the Manchester born Tyson Fury.

While some of the internet sleuths think they may have been able to identify the club who once wore the kit.

An account named Ruined football shirts has appeared to identify the kit as Chelsea’s 2012-13 third shirt.

However, some have disagreed with this idea and have instead suggested that it was in fact Tottenham Hotspur’s goalkeeper used back in the 2001-02 season.

While the answer remains unclear, one thing is for sure, it is another out there fashion decision from the man who has had a number of his own clothing lines. 

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