Is Rhian Brewster Muslim? Rhian Brewster religion is a matter of concern for fans following racial abuse.
Among the various footballers receiving racial abuse, Rhian Brewster is another one to add to the list. Recently, he received a disgusting message from a racist on Instagram.
Well-known as a footballer, Rhian plays for Sheffield United in the English Premier League as their striker. After appearing in 20 games for The Blades, he is yet to score a goal.
Is Rhian Brewster Muslim? Religion Revealed
Rhian Brewster has not publicly revealed that he is Muslim. In fact, there’s nothing to know about his religion.
Since his father is Barbadian, some say that Rhian is a Christian, as most Barbadians follow Christianity. However, his mother is a Turkish Cypriot, which means that he could be Muslim too. Since Rhian has not spoken about it himself, we can’t confirm anything right now.
Everything on Brewster Parents
Rhian Brewster was born to his parents, Hulya Hassan and Ian Brewster. Even though his parents are not from the United Kingdom, he was born and raised in Chadwell Heath, Greater London.
Since his mother is a Turkish Cypriot, Rhian can play international football from Cyprus or Turkey. Since he has already played for England’s u-16, u-17, and u-21 teams, it’s pretty sure that he will represent the Three Lions in the future.
Rhian Brewster Background Explored
Moving on with Rhian Brewster’s background, he had started his academic career at Chelsea. Later, he joined Liverpool at the age of 14.
Since he was born in England, it’s clear that Rhian is of English nationality. Like we mentioned earlier, his ethnicity is Barbadian on his father’s side, and on his mother’s side, he is Turkish and Cypriot.
As a club we applaud Rhian for bringing the disgusting message sent to him to light.
We will now support him and work with him, the Premier League and all the relevant authorities to ensure the person behind this post is brought to justice. pic.twitter.com/20f3bm5MSI
— Sheffield United (@SheffieldUnited) March 19, 2021
The racist tweet he received was probably due to the color of the skin. According to Sky Sports, Sheffield United has shown its support to Brewster and is focused on bringing racist to the media.