Elle Brooke reacts to football singing about Oli McBurnie

The adult movie star Elle Brooke has joked that she can’t believe that fans of the English football club Sheffield United have made a song about her.

Brooke made headlines Friday night when he promised Blades hero Oli McBurnie that he would “enjoy” his weekend after scoring the only goal in a victory over West Ham.

The Scottish striker tweeted his eyes and kissed him emoji, Sun reports.

Then, on Sunday afternoon, the adult movie star shared a video that showed Sheffield United fans singing about the couple, suggesting that they were both involved in a sexual relationship.

She wrote: “As if I now had my own football song. I can’t even” with laughing and desperate emojis.

The video also shows two men looking at a phone, one of them responding with a surprise reaction to what is on the screen in front of him.

McBurnie posted laughing emojis in one of the responses, which said: “The guy in front of the video obviously showed another who Elle Brooke is.”

However, it wasn’t all good news for McBurnie this weekend, despite his heroics against West Ham, leaving Sheffield United in sixth place.

McBurnie is expected to be in trouble with the England Football Association (FA) after appearing to make an obscene gesture to Cardiff fans on Saturday.

McBurnie, 23, roared on his old Swansea side from the visiting end at Cardiff City Stadium in the South Wales derby.

He was photographed mocking Cardiff supporters during the 0-0 draw.

The FA is usually reluctant to take action only with photographs. However, the clear nature of the Scotland striker’s gesture suggests that a sanction is almost certain.

That could be a formal FA charge and it is fine to discredit the game, although it is believed to be unlikely.

But McBurnie will likely face a reprimand and a warning from the FA, as well as his Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder for his bad behavior.

The Bramall Lane club declined to comment when SunSport contacted them last night.

This story first appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission.

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