Camila Cabello tweet about ‘rude’ football fans at Champions League final ‘didn’t come from her’
Posted by  badge Boss on May 29
Camila Cabello performed at the UEFA Champion’s League final (Picture: Getty)

A tweet from Camila Cabello’s account, which took aim at ‘rude’ fans at the final, ‘didn’t come from her’.

The singer, , appeared to tweet a scathing message about fans, before it was quickly deleted.

It read: ‘Playing back our performance and I can’t believe people were singing their teams anthem so loud during our performance [sic].

‘Like my team and I worked tirelessly for so long to bring right vibes and give a good show.

‘Very rude but whatever. IM GLAD YOU GUYS LOVED IT.’

However, a source told Metro.co.uk: ‘It was deleted because someone who has access to Camila’s account posted it intending to post on their own account.’

Senorita hitmaker Camila kicked off the final with a vibrant performance of some of her biggest hits.

The tweet was quickly deleted (Picture: Twitter)

The Cuban-American singer headlined the opening ceremony at the Stade de France, before Liverpool and  took to the pitch for the game.

She sang tunes including Bam Bam, as well as smash hit Havana and lively tune Don’t Go Yet.

Real Madrid scored a 1-0 victory over Liverpool at the highly-anticipated game, but the final was overshadowed by the treatment Liverpool fans faced in Paris.

Camila performed a string of her hits (Picture: Getty Images)
She was left unimpressed with some of the fans (Picture: Getty Images)

Shocking video shared on social media showed heavily armed officers clashing with fans watching the match in Paris.

Kick off had to be delayed .

Videos posted on social media showed fans climbing over fences to get into the ground and pepper spray being used.

Once shocking video showed children caught up in the chaos and struggling with the effects of the noxious substance.

Play had to be delayed by more than half an hour but some fans still didn’t make it into the ground.

Celebs including John Bishop, Piers Morgan, and Gary Lineker

Following the match, UEFA laid the blame squarely at supporters who they alleged turned up without authentic tickets.

A widely criticised statement from UEFA read: ‘This created a build-up of fans trying to get in. As a result, the kick off was delayed by 35 minutes to allow as many fans as possible with genuine tickets to gain access.

‘As numbers outside the stadium continued to build up after kick off, the police dispersed them with tear gas and forced them away from the stadium.

‘UEFA is sympathetic to those affected by these events and will further review these matters urgently together with the French police and authorities, and with the French Football Federation.’

A Liverpool statement read: ‘We are hugely disappointed at the stadium entry issues and break down of the security perimeter that Liverpool fans faced this evening at the Stade de France.

‘This is the greatest match in European football and supporters should not have to experience the scenes we have witnessed tonight. We have officially requested a formal investigation into the causes of these unacceptable issue.’

Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Camila Cabello for comment.