Nana Akua mocks Djokovic for being a millionaire in a “two-bit hotel turned quarantine center.”


Nana Akua mocks Djokovic by claiming that he is a millionaire who lives in a “two-bit hotel turned quarantine center.”

NANA AKUA took a jab at Novak Djokovic, saying that the wealthy must stop thinking they are above the law, while praising “no-nonsense” Australia for standing firm and refusing to admit the tennis star due to a vaccination exemption.

Novak Djokovic’s refusal to be vaccinated has come back to haunt the legendary 20-time Grand Slam winner, who is forced to stay in a detention hotel in Melbourne while waiting for the court’s decision on whether he can compete in this year’s Australian Open.

Mr Djokovic, the world number one and an anti-vaxxer who has won seven of the last ten Australian Opens, has been detained after failing to comply with the country’s strict vaccination rules, putting his hopes of defending his title in jeopardy.

With a wry smile, GB News presenter Ms Akua took aim at Mr Djokovic, accusing him of potentially digging his own grave by refusing to get vaccinated and provide a Covid passport.

“I have to admit, I find this somewhat amusing,” Ms Akua said.

“It’s his fault or double fault, I couldn’t help myself.”

“Novak Djokovic, worth a quarter billion dollars, is being held in a two-bit hotel turned quarantine center in Melbourne, Australia, after it was discovered that his forms for an exemption to enter the country without being vaccinated were not properly filled out.

“The exact details haven’t been provided, but that’s the general gist of it.”

Novak Djokovic claims he had Covid last month and is therefore eligible to compete in the Australian Open.

A group of trusted lawyers is working to overturn his visa revocation and get him out of the quarantine hotel in time for the prestigious tournament.

Mr Djokovic would face deportation if that were not the case, which would be a huge blow to the Serb’s chances of winning his 21st Grand Slam and moving ahead of both Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, who are tied for 20 titles.

Ms. Akua then added fuel to the fire, reminding listeners that Mr. Djokovic had gotten ahead of himself.

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