Rapper Aitch leaks new Man Utd shirt at Glastonbury

 The Manchester-born rapper was performing at Glastonbury when he went viral on social media, but not for his performance, rather a certain kit he was wearing that has yet to be released

Rapper Aitch leaks new Man Utd shirt at Glastonbury

Rapper Aitch leaked Manchester United's new home shirt during a performance at Glastonbury which caused fans to slam the huge sponsor logo.

The Manchester-born artist was performing at the famed music festival this afternoon (June 24) and found himself plastered across social media for the leaked kit gaffe.

The new threads of Man United are set to be released next Tuesday, but the 2023/24 kit is already online for everyone to see.

One person said the kit wasn't the only thing the 23-year-old ruined as they wrote: "He spoilt glastonbury as well to be fair."

More of the complaints on social media about the leaked kit was surrounding the sheer size of the TeamViewer logo in the centre of the kit.

The German-based company is known for its TeamViewer remote access and remote control computer software but it seems some fans had no clue who they were as one fan commented: "Who are they sponsored by? The logo is so small I can barely read it."

Rapper Aitch leaks new Man Utd shirt at Glastonbury
The 2023/24 home kit of Manchester United will look like this

A third fan lamented the size of the logo as they wrote: "Team viewer looks so cartoony man they need to go" while their sentiments were echoed as a fourth replied: "The team viewer logo is so big wtf."

While Aitch may be credited with leaking the new shirt, promotional images including the likes of Marcus Rashford, Casemiro, Luke Shaw, and Lisandro Martinez donning the kit was spread online last month.

The rapper, whose name is Harrison Armstrong, is one of the most popular Manchester United fans in the public sphere and his love for the club spreads to current and former United players.

Rapper Aitch leaks new Man Utd shirt at Glastonbury
Aitch is a devoted Manchester United and said he's close to Scott McTominay, Jessie Lingard, and Marcus Rashford

The Moston-born man told manutd.com there was only "one team to support" in 2021 as he grew up watching his team dominate English football.

"The Reds have been a fabric of my DNA from the earliest memory of football, the winning mentality we developed under Sir Alex Ferguson was mesmerising. There was only one team to support.

He also said: "We are quite close to Scotty [McTominay], Lingz [Jesse Lingard] and Rashy. Also some of the youth team players like D'mani Mellor."

As we approach July, United have yet to make any new signings but are currently locked in negotiations with Chelsea over the transfer of England international, Mason Mount.

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