- David Beckham criticizes Victoria for saying she comes from a working-class family in a new Netflix docu-series.
- He interrupted the one-on-one interview segment with his wife to remind her that she’s known as Posh Spice for a reason.
- “What car did your father take you to school in?” The former Manchester United midfielder said.
David Beckham has mocked his wife Victoria for saying she comes from a “working class family” in a new home Netflix docuseries About his life and football career.
In a solo interview clip where Victoria was discussing her childhood, she described her family as “very working, working class,” as seen in a clip of the scene that was widely circulated. Tik Tok today.
Upon hearing her comments, the former Manchester United footballer stuck his head through the door to call out to her.
“be honest!” David said to his wife as she insisted on him in anger: “I am honest!”
David then quickly reminds her that her nickname is Posh Spice for a reason: “What car did your dad drive you to school in?” He asked her.
As Victoria tries to explain her way out of it, the former footballer interrupts again.
David said to his wife: “One answer.” “Which car was it?”
The pair go back and forth several times before Victoria finally relents.
“Well. In the ’80s, my dad had a Rolls Royce,” the Spice Girls singer admits.
Finally satisfied with his wife’s response, David gave her a short “thank you” before leaving.
A TikTok clip of the scene, which was uploaded 15 hours ago, has been viewed 2.6 million times. There are also more than a thousand comments on the video.
“I loved him humiliating her. Like her name was fancy and she went to private school,” one TikTok user said in a comment that was liked more than 54,000 times.
“The fact that he was clearly listening at the door is hysterical,” another TikTok user commented.
David and Victoria have been married for 24 years, and have four children together: Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz, and Harper.
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