Paul Pogba Admits To Using Witchdoctor, But Not On Mbappe

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

5 Sep 2022

Paul Pogba has admitted to contracting a witch doctor, as per France Info via Diario AS.

In Pogba’s second court hearing, the footballer denies having called the mystic to cast a spell on France national teammate, Kylian Mbappe to get him injured.

Instead he claims to have only used the services to help his humanitarian association in Guinea.

The Juventus midfielder believes he is at the heart of a case surrounding “attempted extortion by an organized gang” which he claims his now estranged brother is a apart of.

The 29-year-old told police that he was taken to an apartment in the suburbs of Paris and threatened by hooded men armed with assault rifles.

Pogba offered to pay the gang members €100,000, but they refused, saying they wanted €13 million from him pressing on with their blackmail attempts.

Mathias levelled the heavy allegation on his brother giving his side of events in a statement on social media: “It’s not about money: You implicated me in spite of myself, I almost died due to you, you left me in the hole while fleeing & want to play innocent, when everything is said, people will see that there is no bigger coward, traitor and hypocrite than you on this earth.”

“Kylian, now do you understand? I have nothing negative against you, my words are for your good, everything is true and proven, the witch doctor is known!”

“Sorry to this brother, a so called Muslim deep in witchcraft, it’s never good to have a hypocrite and a traitor near you!”

PSG forward, Mbappe, reached out to Pogba, for explanations following the witch doctor claims.

France national team manager Didier Deschamps is also following the story closely as France gears up for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in November.