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Brazilian football legend Ronaldinho Gaúcho is alive and not dead



Google search took a huge spike on Thursday evening as requests over the current health status of the popular legendary Brazilian footballer Ronaldinho Gaúcho, Somewhere asking if was dead or really alive.

We cannot tell why this took a huge spike on the google search trend or what triggered the obvious search for the death of the Brazilian striker but all we know at this point is that he is not dead.

From our findings, the former Brazilian striker is still very much alive following a video he shared a few moments ago through his Instagram account.

Below is the video he shared on 1 April 2021 proving that he is still very much alive

 “Controle de bola na pressão do adversário, acho que eu estava nervoso kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk”


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A post shared by Ronaldo de Assis Moreira (@ronaldinho)

Even just few days ago he shared a video of an advert with caption”

“Chegou a R10 PROTOBAR. Aprovada pelo eterno campeão @ronaldinho ⚽

R10 Protobar é uma barra energética com alto teor de proteínas, enriquecida com fibras prebióticas, vitaminas e minerais. Ideal para exercícios prolongados, lanches intermediários ou pós treino.

Disponível em dois deliciosos sabores:

– ☕☕🍫Double Cofee & Chocolate= 2 xícaras de café = mais energia
– 🍓Morango: Textura macia, sabor incomparável

Compre nos melhores pontos de vendas do Brasil 🇧🇷”

His Mother’s Death

The Brazilain footballer is  still mourning the loss of his mum who passed away last month after battling with covid-19

His mother Dona Miguelina, aged 71, was hospitalised after testing positive for the virus in December, in their home city of Porto Alegre.

However, as per media rumours from outlets in Brazil and Peru, she has sadly passed away in the last few hours, according to reports from Peruvian national TV station America.

Ronaldinho returned to Brazil in 2011, after three years at AC Milan, before spells at four different clubs back in South America.

The 40-year old made 207 appearances in all competitions for La Blaugrana, following his 2003 move from Paris Saint-Germain, after playing a starring role in Brazil’s 2002 World Cup win, and he won two La Liga titles and one Champions League in Catalonia.

Ronaldinho’s excessive partying and alcohol after his mother’s death

Yes, there has been an obvious concern over Ronaldiho’s excessive partying and alcohol after his mother’s death.

He has gone through a tough period following his arrest in Paraguay last year and the death of his mother Dona Miguelina in February 2021.

In fact, people from his inner circle are worried about the former Barcelona playmaker’s recent excessive alcohol consumption.

“Every day is a party,” Ronaldinho’s friends told the Brazilian newspaper Extra.

“Ronaldo starts drinking vodka, whiskey, gin in the morning and only stops drinking the next morning.

“It is not something of late, but we noticed that it became more intense after his mother’s death.”

Despite his mother contracting COVID-19, Ronaldinho didn’t change his habits according to his friends.

“He had a New Year’s Eve party and everything,” added another friend.

“Several friends from Rio went there because he feels very lonely in that immense place where he lives.

“He has a barbecue, he dances, he always goes far.

“He lives in a fortress with everything he needs. Ronaldo has a huge heart and tries to be generous with his friends.

“But not all of them are true friends and I see a lot of damage being done to him.”

As Extra report, Jessica Castro is one of those people of his entourage and she occasionally uploads photos of Ronaldinho’s barbecue parties on her social media.

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