There's a reason not a lot of people like doing live interviews.
Even the biggest stars and most confident personalities are sometimes vulnerable to the pressure of the spotlight, which leads to a faux pas.
Take for example football player Mohammed Anas of Free State Stars F.C. in South Africa's Premier Soccer League. Hailed "Man of the Match" after two conversions against AJAX Cape Town over the weekend, he was pulled aside for the obligatory post-game chat. And that's when disaster struck.
What he said was: "And I appreciate my fans, also. My wife and my girlfriend... yeah, I mean my wife. Yeah, sorry to say... I'm sorry... I'm so sorry, my wife... I love you!"
Yikes. Good luck explaining that.
If you thought the situation was already cringe-worthy, Anas is now claiming that he was referring to his daughter, whom he calls his 'girlfriend.' (Seriously. Just stop it, man.)
He sure could use those kicks when she starts throwing his things at him outside their home.
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