Arsenal cult hero Emmanuel Frimpong dreams of shooting porn with 20 'babes' in Russia and misses their 'beautiful' women

Arsenal cult hero Emmanuel Frimpong dreams of shooting porn with 20 'babes' in Russia and misses their 'beautiful' women

ARSENAL cult hero Emmanuel Frimpong has revealed that he wants to 'star in porn' with Russian 'Tatar babes'.

The Ghanaian enjoyed a two-year spell in Russia between 2014 and 2016, when he played for Ufa.

But the football wasn't all he enjoyed about life in Eastern Europe.

According to Sport24, he also had aspirations of becoming an adult entertainer.

And in an interview, he told them: "Oh yeah! I still want to come to Ufa and star in porn with 20 Tatar babes!"

And asked if he had any suggestions for the films, he replied: "Yes, many suggestions!

"They write to me and ask to come.

"The problem is I don't have the money for the ticket, haha. But I really like Tatar women!"

Tatars refers to an ethnic group that originated in North and Central Asia – but is now most commonly found in Russia, with over five million believed to reside there.

Frimpong, 29, wasn't shy in admitting his love for Russian women.


Asked what he knew about Russia before his arrival, he replied: "That it is very, very cold.

"And also very beautiful girls, just fantastic.

"I set myself two goals: to check if it is really cold here and if the girls are beautiful here."

In Ufa, they are definitely better than in London

He then later added: "In Ufa, they are definitely better than in London!"

After leaving Russia in 2016, Frimpong had brief spells in Sweden and Cyprus, before retiring in 2019 due to injury.

But the lively former midfielder would love to return to Russia to see some old friends again.

He finished: "It's a shame that I left. Ufa is a place that I love with all my heart. Amazing people work there!

"Russia has become a special place for me. And yes – write that I would like to return!"

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