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CRISTIANO RONALDO IS A FALSE IDOL, HE IS INDIVIDUALISTIC AND MATERIALISTIC

CRISTIANO RONALDO IS A FALSE IDOL, HE IS INDIVIDUALISTIC AND MATERIALISTIC

May be the Portuguese star forward is an idol for many people, but in the same place some peoples think he is not true, he is a false idol with full of ego.

 

Recently the Spanish actress Elena Anaya said that Cristiano Ronaldo is a harmful figure for the society and he don’t deserve to be praised. She made clear that Cristiano Ronaldo is a false idol with full of ego.

In an interview Elena Anaya said, “We live an era in which harmful figures like Cristiano Ronaldo are praised,” 

"I wanted Portugal to win Euro 2016, but I didn't want Ronaldo to score. He's a false idol as he promotes selfish values.

“How can you celebrate a victory by taking your shirt off instead of hugging your friends? These are individualistic and materialistic values that damage society.”

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