- Emmanuel Adebayor flaunts his garage of expensive cars
- The 36-year-old is unfazed by what people will say by sharing the video on social media days after refusing to donate for battle against COVID-19
- Adebayor is on lockdown in his country since the outbreak was declared a pandemic
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Former Arsenal forward Emmanuel Adebayor has decided to show off his fleet of exotic cars after insisting he will not donate to fight coronavirus.
The 36-year-old's camp named 'Team Adebayor' shared the video on Instagram telling his fans to believe in themselves.
Adebayor is one of the best African exports having represented a number of top European teams including Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, and Real Madrid.
While sharing the video, they captioned it "#MondayMotivation. This video is not a message to tell you.
"SEA has made it, but rather to say « You can do it too !». All you need to do is believing in yourself and keep working even when no one is watching. Tag a friend who needs to see this."
The forward earned about £175,000 during his three-year reign at the Etihad Stadium. He also played for Crystal Palace.
Adebayor who joined Paraguay outfit Club Olimpia as a free agent earlier this year is currently in his home country where he is on lockdown.
According to Daily Mail, the Togo international insisted he has no plan to donate his hard-earned money for the fight against COVID-19.
The French-speaking country has recorded 126 cases and nine people have died since the outbreak of the infection. He further stated that he is not obligated to use his money to help against COVID-19.
"For those of you who say I don't donate, let me be very clear, I don't donate. It is very simple,' Adebayor said in a Facebook Live video, as reported by Marca.
"I do what I want and eat what I want. Later, there will be people who will criticise me for the fact that I did not make a donation in Lome (capital of Togo)."
Daily Mail revealed that Adebayor had rendered help to vulnerable people in his country - committing to improving the lives of children back home.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that since the beginning of 2020, Emmanuel Adebayor has nominated online platforms for one act of generosity to another.
Emmanuel Adebayor first made headlines when he took a simple but empowering decision to change the fortunes of Samuel Acheampong, a struggling coconut seller stationed at Adjiringanor in East Legon.
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