This is not a good time to be a Cristiano Ronaldo fan. After consecutive humiliating defeats against Manchester United in the Premier League, the Portuguese general is in danger of losing a place to attend the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Portugal has not been able to win a direct spot from the group stage. and will now have to battle the likes of Italy and Sweden in the knockout stages to keep their hopes up. In the midst of such a critical situation, Cristiano Ronaldo faced unexpected trolls on social networks today with the most nefarious pretext.
Yesterday, Lionel Messi posted a picture of himself dancing during Argentina’s training session ahead of their important match against Brazil in the CONMEBOL qualifier for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and it has gone viral on all platforms. society ever since for all the wrong reasons. Cristiano Ronaldo’s partner, Georgina Rodriguez, seems to have commented on the Argentinian’s post and that’s what has created the ruckus.
When some fans saw the Argentine model commenting a white heart emoji on Messi’s post, it went unnoticed for a while. But her second comment, which read, “Okay but don’t tell Cristiano,” caught everyone’s attention. Meme pages started posting a series of screenshots of the comments and the news began to spread. However, it also questions the authority on the page and hints that there is something confusing about it.
Let’s see how fans on twitter react to the incident.
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The truth about Georgina Rodriguez’s Viral comments
Then it was discovered that the Page was indeed a fake! In fact, Georgina Rodriguez doesn’t even have a Facebook page of her own.
Facebook is partly to blame for this confusion. The account that commented on Leo Messi’s post had Georgina’s name on it and it was also verified. Only when we thoroughly analyzed that page did we discover that it was fake. The account’s page transparency is of concern, showing that it was previously named Salah Mohamed and later changed to Habib Mohammed.
It was renamed to Georgina Rodriguez just last month, and the verified indication is probably a glitch that Facebook will have to work out. Or it could be that the admin used a loophole in Facebook’s verification policy to do that. Whatever it is, it is certain that this site is not actually owned by the partner of the Portuguese talisman.
But how did all of this begin? A meme shared by a specific football page on Facebook called ‘Trolling Football’ started the confusion. It showed the comments of Georgina Rodriguez’s fake post on Lionel Messi’s post and it was shared like crazy. It went viral quickly and even some major sites started tweeting about it without actual verification. That is like adding fuel to the fire.
Although Georgina Rodriguez previously commented on Antonela Roccuzzo’s (Messi’s wife) posts a few times, which are usually posts where the couple has been together. Unfortunately, the Facebook post is going viral right now, unlike that and to be honest especially downvoted.
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