Rob McElhenney has treated his It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia co-star to a Wrexham shirt and he looks… well, not all that impressed to be honest.
The actor posted a video of a bemused Charlie Day, known for playing Charlie Kelly on the hit sitcom, posing in his brand new kit on Instagram.
It comes after Rob and Ryan Reynolds teamed up to become a football team after they bought the Welsh team Wrexham in a surprise move earlier this year.
Posing in the club’s latest away shirt, Charlie says in the video: ‘How much am I getting paid for this?’
Pointing to the logo, Charlie says: ”How much are they going to pay me? TikTok? The football team? What am I doing here?’
TikTok signed a deal to become Wrexham AFC’s sponsor for the next two seasons earlier this summer.
Rob and Ryan are taking over the Welsh club (Picture: Instagram/vancityreynolds, robmcelhenney)
It’s still bizarre seeing A-list stars wearing Wrexham shirts, but with Rob and Ryan in it for the longhall, we should probably get used to it.
It was previously announced that the pair are set to put £2million into the club after winning a 98.6% vote from the Wrexham Supporters Trust to take over the club.
Wrexham AFC play in the National League, which is the fifth tier of the English football league system.
Rob and Ryan taking over the club is an unexpected development – and it was made even more bizarre when it was previously revealed that the actors-turned-business partners have never even met in real life.
Ryan confirmed that he and Rob, 44, have never had a face-to-face meeting, having started on their Wrexham journey during the pandemic.
The 44-year-old told Men’s Health: ‘We’ve never met, which is the weirdest thing, because we Zoom and text every day. We’re kinda like work spouses – everything we’ve done has happened during the pandemic.’
The Deadpool star first reached out to Rob after watching his critically acclaimed dance performance as Mac in the season 13 finale of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, saying: ‘Rob was somebody I had always admired because he’s an engine of creativity. Then I saw The Dance, and I couldn’t not reach out.’
Credit: Original article published here.