“Arsenal’s WAG, known as Claudia Redheaded despite her blonde hair, has astounded her fans with a Barbie-inspired performance that leaves very little to the imagination. Claudia, the partner of defender Jakub Kiwior, boasts a substantial social media following thanks to her spirited uploads.
In her latest video, Claudia dons a revealing pink ensemble as she dances alongside her fellow twerkers.
This strenuous routine has garnered thousands of likes in just a few days, with numerous Arsenal supporters flocking to the comments section. One cheeky user even made a playful reference to Kiwior, suggesting that he’s also achieving success off the field.
One comment reads, “Real barbie in action.” while another exclaims, “Yes baby, you are a twerker Barbie.”
Another commenter praises Claudia as the “Original Barbie girl,” while a fourth dubs her the “Baddest Barbie.” A fifth commenter simply calls her “Candy.”
It didn’t take long for Arsenal fans to take notice of Kiwior after he joined the club from Spezia in a £22 million deal.
One Arsenal supporter wrote on Claudia’s video, “Welcome to the Emirates. Hope you dance more when the team wins a game,” Another warmly welcomed the Polish couple, saying, “Wow, welcome to the Arsenal family.”
Kiwior, who has earned 15 international caps for Poland, four of which were in the World Cup, has already played in 10 matches for Arsenal.
When asked about her twerk videos, Claudia shared, “I want to go back to my beginnings, to these climates. I love to share my passion with people but don’t forget, it’s all my own path. Gave it all my heart.
“I chose a tune from years ago, because if it weren’t for Dancehall vibes.
“I don’t know if dancing would seduce me like this. Freestyle to this piece was a pleasure, maybe it’s not the cleanest but when you’re carried by a note you don’t pay so much attention to the details.”
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Arsenal performance and stats
In the last 5 games, it has won 4 times and drawn once. In its last match, Arsenal won 0-1 against Everton.
It has a positive goal difference after scoring 9 goals and conceding 4.