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KSI went to Australia and started ‘What do we think of Tottenham?’ chant

KSI went to Australia and started ‘What do we think of Tottenham?’ chant

Football fans are flocking to social media in stitches after KSI got Australian crowds chanting the anti-Tottenham chant.

Football fans are flocking to social media in stitches after KSI got Australia chanting the anti-Tottenham chant.

Check out the reaction to KSI's chanting here:

YouTubers-turned-boxers KSI and Logan Paul's arrival in Sydney saw around a thousand fans take to the streets outside Channel Nine offices this morning (Monday, 13 February).

Despite the duo being there to promote their energy drink PRIME - which has sent people into an utter craze, with supermarket shelves in the UK completely cleared out - KSI decided to give a shout out to Tottenham football club.

Well, you'd probably call it more of a shouting at than a sporting shout out.

KSI performed the anti-Tottenham chant through a megaphone.
Nine Network

Picking up a megaphone and addressing the hoards of people below the studios, KSI - real name Olajide Olayinka Williams 'JJ' Olatunji - began the anti-Tottenham chant.

The full chant, for those of you who aren't football fans - apologies in advance to Tottenham supporters - is:

"What do you think of Tottenham?

S**t.

What do you think of s**t Tottenham?

Thank you.

That's alright.

We hate Tottenham.

We hate Tottenham.

We hate Tottenham.

We hate Tottenham.

We hate Tottenham.

We hate Tottenham.

We are the Tottenham haters..."

Around 1,000 people chanted back to the YouTuber.
Nine Network

Some football fans flocked to the footage in stitches over KSI's chanting and the crowd's reaction.

One person said: "They know."

"No one cares about spurs like that, banter club who doesn't win anything," another wrote.

A third commented: "This is why JJ is elite, Tottenham get battered everywhere they go in multiple ways."

Some users were shocked by the strength of the reaction in Sydney.
@NickStoll/ Twitter

However, despite the roars of applause and crowds joining in on the chant in Australia, not all social media users - a.k.a. some Tottenham supporters - were as enthusiastic.

A user commented: "I really have no idea why we are the most hated club."

"We are massive, mans in Australia and thinks about us," a second countered.

A final simply joked: "Logan Paul pretending to know what's happening."

However, some Tottenham fans came to the club's defence.
@NickStoll/ Twitter

The crowd is reported as having grown so rowdy outside the Nine Network studios - people having been promised free bottles of PRIME by the YouTubers and some having allegedly camped outside overnight - extra security and police were called to monitor the situation and try and keep everyone safe.

Director of Nine's Morning Television, Steven Burling, told the Mail Online: "We want to thank NSW Police for making sure everyone arrived and left the scene safely, and to the Nine security team for ensuring the crowd knew what was happening throughout the morning.

"Many fans camped out overnight - they were passionate, excited and we experienced no issues with crowd behaviour."

Featured Image Credit: Nine Network

Topics: Sport, Football, KSI, Logan Paul, Food And Drink, Australia, World News, Twitter, Social Media