News about Cristiano Ronaldo having a son and being a dad broke around the world on Sunday, July 4. This stunning report was made public following Portugal’s 2010 FIFA World Cup exit via Cristiano Ronaldo’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.
This story has got Cristiano Ronaldo fans and other interested people completely shocked. But how true is this report and what are the truths out of this report?
In an investigation open to the public, we ask ourselves a few questions.
(Many thanks to Jolita for raising these questions which have led to the making of this article. You can follow Jolita on Facebook here: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/profile.php?id=100000469713311&v=info)
So Cristiano Ronaldo’s baby boy was born on June 17–two days after Portugal played out a goalless draw against Cote d’Ivoire– and no one knew about that?
In other words, the 25-year-old waited almost 3 weeks before announcing to the world that he is now a father.
Coincidentally, this news came out when the public’s attention was on Cristiano Ronaldo following his unremarkable display at the 2010 World Cup and his unprofessional behavior as a captain after he spit at the feet of a camera man at the end of Portugal’s Last 16 defeat to Spain.
Strange! Certainly, Cristiano Ronaldo fans would have found it cute if the skipper had publicly honored his then four-day-old baby with his goal against Korea DPR on June 21 (which was his first for Portugal in just over two years).
Besides, would any soon-to-become father dare to hang out with different girlfriends like Ronaldo did with Kim Kardashian and Co.?
Oh well, then maybe this give more reasons to those who suggest that the mother of Cristiano Ronaldo’s son is a surrogate mother.
The news broke out after it was announced via Cristiano Ronaldo’s Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Many people trust these two sources since they are believed to be Cristiano Ronaldo’s official accounts. Automatically, the news will then sound "real" to the public in general.
However, there is room for doubt to rise up. Who knows if it was really Cristiano Ronaldo who wrote these reports and not someone from his agency?
Something else seems strange: the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo’s twitter account has been suspended…at least for now.
Any hackers behind this Cristiano Ronaldo son rumors?
“No further information will be provided on this subject and I request everyone to fully respect my right to privacy (and that of the child) at least on issues as personal as these are,” a part of Cristiano Ronaldo's statement on Facebook read.
So why would Cristiano Ronaldo announce this news at all when he knows that he (as a person and a player) is constantly in the headlines for the least thing that he does? Is it only for the people around the globe to crack jokes like the ones we read here:
Is anyone aware of how the media can manipulate the public? The tactic is a simple one to think of and to do. It’s all about shifting the general public’s attention from an embarrassing story to shocking fresh news.
In this case, it would be about letting people forget about Cristiano Ronaldo’s unimpressive performance at the 2010 World Cup and have them concentrating on the son reports.
So back to suggestions that Cristiano Ronaldo’s son was born to a surrogate mother, how true could that be?
Why would Ronaldo go through this process? And in this case, who could the mother be?
Besides, why would Cristiano Ronaldo want his son to be American if soccer isn’t the most popular sport in the USA?
Here are the top reasons why people think Cristiano Ronaldo’s baby boy was born to a surrogate mother:
1) Cristiano Ronaldo is gay. He just wants to follow Ricky Martin’s footsteps.
2) Cristiano Ronaldo wants to have a child but having a wife could be tiresome since it would cost him many things. In this case, a surrogate mother answers any prospective problem.
3) Cristiano Ronaldo wants to have a dream kid. This can be made possible with a surrogate mother as well.
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