Stunning Jamila Sozahdah has been embroiled in a Twitter storm with the Manchester City flop after his account was allegedly hacked.
Posts from the Frenchman’s account questioned the winger being given “a full sexual service” when visiting Sozadah’s Drip Doctor surgery – known for its celebrity-styled treatments.
The two strongly deny the claims.
The 30-year-old founded LA-based health and wellness firm Drip Doctors along with five of her sisters in 2015.
To launch the clinic – famed for its vitamin therapy – the sexy sisters stripped off for steamy promo shots.
One shows the girls’ naked upper bodies daubed in paint, while another sees them posing in skimpy white vests.
“You won’t find a group of sisters that are as educated as us!”
The Sozahdah sisters, who are of Egyptian-American origin, have dubbed themselves the “wolf pack”.
Dozens of saucy snaps of the clan have been posted to their social media accounts.
Among them are Jamila, registered nurse Siddiqa, software engineer Nooreya, phlebotomist Hamida and model Shakur, who launched Drip Doctors in August 2015.
In a promo photo, one irate follower slammed the siblings as a “follow up Kardashian clan”, before urging them to “become something more serving to society”.
But Shakur hit back, fuming: “Do your research genius before u open that mouth of yours. You won’t find a group of sisters that are as educated as us!”
The Nasri scandal erupted when the footie star was tagged in a post by US health firm Drip Doctors.
Alongside a picture of Jamila and Nasri, 29, a message read: “We provided @SamNasri19 a concierge Immunity IV Drip to keep him hydrated & in top health during his busy soccer season.”
A post from his Twitter account then read: “U (sic) also provided me a full sexual service too right after.”
Nasri apologised to his 2.64 million fans, writing: “My account got hacked sorry about what happen earlier.”
It comes after Nasri was caught on camera in Las Vegas with pals and a suspicious green herb.
Daily Star Online have contacted Drip Doctors and reps of Samir Nasri for comment.