ENGLAND ace Tyrone Mings has trolled a Romeo who is trying to meet girls while pretending to be the Aston Villa ace – by highlighting his poor grammar.
The Villa defender took to social media to alert any of his female fans that he was not responsible for messages which claimed to be from him.
Mings, 27, published screenshots of the messages on Instagram.
They read: “Yo darlin I hope you don’t think this is too weird, I’m @tyronemings.
“Don’t wanna msg from my main account because u know what papers and media do to footballers.
“I just wanted to say I think you’re very attractive and I’d like to get to know u.
“If you’re interested I’ll drop u my personal line and we can ft”.
After being alerted to the messages by several women, Tyrone published an image of the message on Instagram.
He added: “These were his bars. Few things I’d change, few grammatical errors…
“Maybe don’t dive straight in with the FaceTime offer. He nearly got the colour of the emoji skin right though.”
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England international Mings has been at Aston Villa since January 2019.
He joined the club from Bournemouth on loan before making his deal permanent for £20million six months later.
Mings has gone on to play 71 times in all competitions for Villa and has also been capped seven times by the Three Lions.
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