Raheem Sterling hits back at media stories about his personal life

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Raheem Sterling has been picked out by the national media as a target for national slander recently, with the Daily Star taking any chance they get to have a pop at the England international.

Sterling has been relatively quiet on the matter, until last night, where he mocked the media with a number of posts on Instagram before deleting them and replacing them with one message.

Before deleting the posts however, we were able to take a couple of screenshots that show his frustration:

He then went on to replace the Instagram posts with just one which politely asked the media to not make a story out of his lack of haircuts, naughty Raheem!

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