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Cristiano: Leave me alone

by Tom Conn | Posted on Saturday, June 6th, 2015

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo released a bizarre ‘thank you’ message to the fans, while also calling out the press for the barrage of false reports about the Portuguese international, all of which has forced him to release a video urging them to leave him alone while on holiday with his son.


Cristiano’s message, which was released on, began by thanking the fans for their support before laying into the press for discussing and spreading rumours about his private life, after he was recently photographed urinating in public while on holiday.

Cristiano has also been linked with Alessia Tedeschi following his public break-up with long-time girlfriend, Irina Shayk, but the 31-year-old has issued a public plea for the press to leave him in peace and stop trying to tarnish his image with false reports, as his following on social media continues to grow and shirt sales continue to sell out, showing that the Pichichi winner’s image is well intact.

The transcript of Cristiano’s message is as follows:

“Hey fans, this message is for you. Thank you very much for your support. This year was tough but you were always there. I’m here relaxing, my kid is behind me in the pool and it came to my mind to do this video. I don’t know why, don’t ask me why. You know I never speak to the press, I never speak about my private life, but I want to use this opportunity to say in the last couple weeks, the press tried to say trash about me. That I have a new girlfriend, every day a new girlfriend, that I did this and I did that. Don’t try to damage my image because it’s not gonna happen. Just leave me doing my work.This message is for you guys, we stick together. Day by day, month by month, year by year. Thank you guys.”



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