WEST HAM fans were blown away by the ‘vile’ Kurt Zouma song following the defender’s embarrassment of kicking a cat.
Zouma is in the center of a storm of animal cruelty after footage emerged of him KICKING and SLAPPING his pet.
But now some Irons fans seem to have shed some light on the situation with a joking song about the incident.
Outraged supporters have since taken to social media to condemn the offensive lyrics
TV comedian Adil Ray tweeted a clip of a fan singing the hymn and captioned it: “Be rewarded with a hymn. Raffish.”
One follower replied: “Evil but they are in the minority and he will have to face opposing fans with long memories. I doubt whether he will stay in England for long.”
Another user wrote: “This is appalling and the club are effectively confirming his behaviour.”
And someone added: “As you say, coward! And West Ham can afford to keep playing Zouma! ”
Zouma was originally included in the Hammers starting lineup for their clash with Leicester on Sunday afternoon.
But the 27-year-old withdrew himself minutes before kick-off after complaining of feeling unwell.
The RSPCA is still understood to be investigating the player over the cat kick incident amid reports that may suggest he LESSON about animal welfare in consequences.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/17640323/west-ham-fans-vile-kurt-zouma-chant/ West Ham fans flock to ‘vile’ song Kurt Zouma amid French defender’s shame for kicking cats