Danielle Lloyd gets just desserts, Alex Curran puts Liverpool in danger
It’s all betrayal and fake tans in the world of Waggery
When beset by heartache, it is often best to confide in someone. In reaction to her separation with three-timing serial WAG boffer Jermain Defoe, Danielle Lloyd has done exactly that, by sharing her pain with the readers of The Daily Star:
‘It was my decision to finish it and I am happy to be single again. After the story broke, I just couldn’t trust him. I empathise with Cheryl. It is horrible when you are in love with someone and you find out they have betrayed you.’
By rutting other ladies without a care in the world, Defoe hardly gave you much choice in finishing the relationship, Dani. And yes it is horrible to be betrayed by your lover – just ask Charlotte Meares, the WAG he betrayed to go out with you!
In less ironic (but equally dangerous) WAG news, Alex Curran is being blamed for a ‘permatan’ teen craze in Liverpool. A report highlighted in today’s Sun says that sixty per cent of Merseyside girls aged 13 to 15 have regular bronzing sessions in order to look their WAG idols. This makes them feel better about themselves and increases their chances of landing a footballer, but it also vastly increases their chances of getting skin cancer.
The evidence is damning, but did the report care to look at the upside of this situation? Think of all the money being pumped into Liverpool’s tanning salon economy. And think of all the cars that won’t be broken into while the Mersey youth are busy turning themselves orange…