Recent reports about football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo supposedly looking for a chef to work at his post-retirement mansion in Portugal have been proven to be false. Ronaldo’s sister Katia Aveiro posted the story on her Instagram story, with a caption that it was “fake news”.
The fake news story claimed that the football star was looking for a professional chef to work at his post-retirement mansion in Portugal, with a monthly salary of 5.4 thousand dollars. This caused a stir among fans and the media, who were eager to know the details.
It’s a fake news his sister Katia posted this on her story pic.twitter.com/ZnYeyGGvrh
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Katia wrote, “This is already boring. For the thousandth time, I’ll warn you. I’m neither an employee who hires employees to anyone, nor am I a mailman. Am warning you once again, there is no truth in this news. Just think a little and realize that this is fake news.”
However, former Manchester United star’s sister Katia soon set the record straight and debunked the news. She said that it was “fake news” and clarified that Ronaldo was not looking for a chef. She also said “This is already boring… For the thousandth time, I’ll warn you. I’m neither an employee who hires employees to anyone nor am I a mailman… have more to do… and warn you once again… there is no truth in this news… just think ff and a little and realize that this is fake news…….”
This isn’t the first time that fake news about Ronaldo has been circulated. In the past, there have been several such stories about the football superstar, all of which were later proven to be false. While Ronaldo is yet to comment on the incident, his sister Katia’s post has put an end to the false news. In the end, it was just another case of fake news being circulated on social media.
Katia Aveiro, Cristiano Ronaldo’s sister, confirms the truth about chef news
Katia Aveiro, the sister of global superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, has taken to social media to confirm that reports about her brother hiring a chef for her are false. According to Aveiro, the rumor is nothing more than fake news and she asked people to not believe in such rubbish.
The news spread rapidly across the internet and media outlets. However, Aveiro quickly refuted the claims, stating that it was “fake news” and that her brother had not done any such thing. She also asked people not to believe in such rumors and to instead focus on the positive things that Ronaldo is doing for the world.
It’s clear that Aveiro is fiercely loyal to her brother and that she wants to protect his good name. She has taken to social media to confirm that the chef rumor was false and to encourage people to stop believing in such rubbish. Her message is clear: focus on the positive and don’t get caught up in fake news.