Blake Lively brutally trolls Wrexham fan who asked her to say hello to girlfriend
Learning the Ryan Reynolds way
Blake Lively brutally trolled a Wrexham fan after he asked her to say hi to his girlfriend.
Lively was in attendance alongside Wrexham co-owner Ryan Reynolds over the course of the weekend and one fan at the ground, Sam, spotted the Gossip Girl star.
It’s not every day that multiple Hollywood celebrities are in the same location so Sam took upon this opportunity to ask for a surprise message to his girlfriend.
Pulling out his phone, he shouted: “Blake, Blake! Could you say ‘Hi’ to Stephanie? It’s my girlfriend!”
However Lively used this moment to troll him, replying, "Hi Stephanie!”, waving and smiling before quickly adding: “You should leave him!”
Blake sounded surprised by her own comment, gasping and shouting “What!?” before running away to leave the Wrexham fans around her in a fit of laughter.
Wrexham to play Man United in summer friendly
Sam also took the Blake Lively joke in good spirits and pretended to groan in disappointment.
Luckily for Sam it appears that his girlfriend didn’t take on board the actresses’ advice and shared a video to Twitter with the caption: “Steph’s cried happiness and she’s absolutely over the moon.
“Luckily she hasn’t broke up with me! Thanks again Blake Lively.”
The Gossip Girl star also shared it to her own followers, saying: “Best day ever.”
Meanwhile, Manchester United will play Wrexham in San Diego, this July, as part of their pre-season training for 2023/24. The game will take place at the Snapdragon Stadium on July 25.
United football director John Murtough commented, "Pre-season tours are always a great occasion to give opportunities for our most promising young academy players to gain valuable experience in the first-team environment, and this match against Wrexham is a great example of that."
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