Before Paris Saint Germain visited Santiago Bernabeu stadium on March 9, 2022, for the UEFA Champions League second leg game, Real Madrid’s striker, Karim Benzema had a chat with a French rapper Niska on WhatsApp which revealed that the French striker knew that he would help his club to knock out PSG.
On the said date, PSG was in Madrid to complete their effort of scaling through to the quarter-final stage of the UEFA Champions League campaign for this season. The French club had the manpower, most importantly, a 1-0 win in the first leg.
Fortunately for the French club, PSG scored the first goal in the second leg to make it 2-0 on aggregate. Despite that, it took Karim Benzema less than 20 minutes in the second half of the second leg to turn things around.
The 34-year-old French striker scored three goals which set Santiago Bernabeu on fire and helped Real Madrid to qualify for the quarter-final stage ahead of PSG.
Magic Night 🌟🤍 pic.twitter.com/8Dg4gCtg4E— Karim Benzema (@Benzema) March 12, 2022
Days after the game, a Whatsapp chat Benzema had with Niska surfaced on the internet. In the chat, Benzema told the French rapper in French that “Sh*t will hit the fan”. And Niska responded by telling the footballer that PSG is on him.
The rapper told the footballer that PSG “want to do” Benzema, reminding the French footballer how he and Brazilian winger, Vinicius Junior “have been on fire recently”.
In response to Niska’s chat, Benzema stressed that PSG would not do anything, adding that the game was his “story”.
Below is the full translation of the chat between Karim Benzema and French rapper Niska
Benzema: “Sh*t will hit the fan”
Niska: “They (PSG) are on you.
“They want to do you.
“But you and Vini (Vinicius JR), you’ve been on fire recently.”
Benzema: “They (PSG) won’t do anything.
“This is my story.”
Indeed, the UEFA Champions League round of 16-second leg game ended up becoming Benzema’s story as he knocked out PSG with a hat-trick within 20 minutes.
After the game, the French rapper took to his snap chat account to post a screenshot of the chat he had with Benzema before the game. In the caption, the French rapper wrote: “he did warn me”.
🚨| Karim Benzema to French rapper and friend Niska BEFORE tonight's game: "They (PSG) will shit themselves. They're not gonna do anything. This is MY story." @Kulturlesite_ #rmalive pic.twitter.com/RkHGAkyKBP— Madrid Zone (@theMadridZone) March 9, 2022
What is WhatsApp?
WhatsApp which is also known as Whatsapp messenger is a freeware, cross-platform centralized instant messaging (IM) and voice-over-IP (VoIP) service.
The service allows users to send text messages and voice messages, make voice and video calls, and share images, documents, user locations, and other content.
Users can download the WhatsApp app on the app stores of all mobile devices. Any mobile device using Android, iOS, KaiOS operating systems can download the WhatsApp app directly to their device via app stores.
Also, the service is available on Mac OS, Windows, and web app clients that work only when connected to the mobile app client.
What we know about Whatsapp Web?
Right now, Whatsapp is the most popular messaging service in over 100 countries. There are over five billion Whatsapp downloads and over two billion active users.
One of the good features of the service is that you can run WhatsApp on both your mobile phone and on desktop computers. If you want to access the service from desktop computers, your mobile device must remain connected to the Internet while you use the desktop app.
Below is how to log in or out of WhatsApp Web or WhatsApp Desktop
To log in to the service on WhatsApp Web, WhatsApp Desktop, or Portal, you need to use your phone to scan the QR code.
Open the service on your phone.
Android: Tap More options.
iPhone: Go to WhatsApp Settings.
Follow the on-screen instructions if your device has biometric authentication. If you don’t have biometric authentication enabled, you’ll be prompted to enter the pin you use to unlock your phone.
Select the checkbox next to Keep you signed in on the QR screen on your computer or Portal to stay logged in on this device.
Use your phone to scan the QR code on your computer or Portal.
If prompted, tap or select Done.
Note: The authentication is handled by your device’s operating system using the biometrics stored there. WhatsApp can’t access the biometric information stored by your device’s operating system.
To Log out:
You can log out of WhatsApp Web or WhatsApp Desktop from your phone, computer, or Portal device.
Click Menu ( or ) above your chats list > Log out.
Log out from your phone
Open WhatsApp on your phone.
Android: Tap More options > Linked Devices.
iPhone: Go to WhatsApp Settings > tap Linked Devices.
Tap a device.
Tap LOG OUT.
Who owns Whatsapp?
WhatsApp which was founded in 2009 was bought by Meta (formerly Facebook) in 2014 for $19 billion. Note that Meta (Facebook) was founded by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004.