Centre-back also apologies for poor display against Fulham.
QPR defender Christopher Samba has told fans to ‘get over’ his wages according to BBC Sport.
The defender has become somewhat of a scapegoat at the club with many pointing to Samba as the epitome of how badly the club is being run.
Samba joined the club from Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala in January in a £12 million deal but has been criticised by fans for his reported £100,000 a week wage deal.
The salary is thought to be ridiculous for a club that are facing up to the very real prospect of relegation to the Championship next season.
Despite a number of high profile signings during the January transfer window, the club remain rooted to the bottom of the Premier League.
There are many suggesting that QPR could go the way of the likes of Leeds United and Portsmouth should current benefactor Tony Fernandes decide to pull the plug on the club.
But Samba has hit out at his critics insisting people should just ‘get over it’. The Republic of Congo international went on to apologise for his error-laden performance against Fulham that saw the centre-back concede a penalty as well as gift a goal to Bulgarian striker Dimitar Berbatov who put Fulham 2-0 up.
QPR managed to mount somewhat of a fightback but could not stop themselves losing the game 3-2.