Bayern Munich's Ribery angrily hits back at criticism for eating gold-covered steak


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Oct 29, 2016
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Ribery visited the Nusr-et restaurant in Dubai during some downtime with the Bundesliga on hold. The restaurant is owned by Nusret Gokce, known as "Salt Bae" for his extravagant persona and the way he seasons his meat. The steak, covered in gold, can cost in excess of £1,000.

Ribery, 35, was criticised after the picture emerged but hit back on Instagram, saying: "For 2019, let's dot the i's and cross the t's... Let's start with the jealous, the haters, those only born because a condom had a hole in: f--- your mothers, your grandmothers and even your family tree. I owe you nothing.

"My success is, above all, thanks to God, me, and my loved ones who believed in me. For the others, you're nothing but pebbles in my socks!"

Classy response.

Footballers are overpaid, its true, but they can do as they please with their cash and I don't get why people need to bash them for it. Loads of rich people flaunt their wealth.


just a child getting older...
Jun 6, 2005
This story makes me laugh for a few reasons; this picture

one - Ribery, going for a meal at what is apparently one of the most exclusive restaurants in the world, is dressed like an Eastern European gang member. I almost guarantee he's wearing Adidas trainers.
two - The chef is... Bret Hart? holy shit, that's actually kind of awesome, but he does look like a man who is a chef/contract killer. The black gloves and shades (and what appears to be a hospital wristband??) in the kitchen are especially sinister.
three - Ribery trying to do a meme. Not only that, a dead meme.
four - that steak looks horrible. Sure, the image of it sliced looks alright, allowing for the colours in the picture it could be a bit over done, but can't really tell, but the gold? Hezoos Crisps, that's so unappetizing.

I wonder if i'd go mental like that if I was to become rich? Seems to be the thing to do - just go straight to crazy town.


"I'm no optimist I'm just a prisoner of hope
Jan 23, 2006
Love the way people complain about ostentation at a restaurant, it's Dubai! The whole bleeding place is the epitomy of tasteless ostenfuckingtation.
"Welcome to Dubai International Airport, please deposit any class you may possess in the bins provided"

cider spurs

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Jul 5, 2016
Nice try Murdoch...Feckin cheapskate.

I've literally just finished my 'Platinum' topped steak sat here at home with the missus.

Whilst sat in my Burberry under-crackers. Now that's class.


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Jun 8, 2009
Apparently he didn't even pay - he was invited to the restaurant by the owner, at no cost.
That being said, £1000 on something you're gonna shit out within 24 hours?? Nah, you're alright.


Just call me Baz
Apr 1, 2005
No respect for him if everything we hear is true. Treatment of gourcuff, sleeping with underage and generally looking like quasimodos pervy uncle.


Spurs makes me happy, you... not so much :)
Aug 3, 2011
so... the club is giving him a slap on the wrist with a "huge" fine.


anyway... who actually ask for the age of the prostitute u are about to have sex with?

actually i do. more that i am curious... and i also enjoy seeing them lie to my face. :ROFLMAO:

'O Zio

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Dec 27, 2014
Meh, if he wants to waste his money on it then that's up to him. That being said, surely this is exactly the kind of thing that's obvious to cause "outrage" so his publicist/PR team should've definitely been all over this. Or he should've just had some common sense to realise that it isn't a good look for him, rightly or wrongly. No need for him to come back quite as strongly though, doesn't do himself any favours with that either.

EDIT @absolute bobbins what exactly do you disagree with out of interest?
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