- Mother of Brazilian football star, Neymar, has found love in a 22-year-old gamer
- Neymar, who heard the news, was happy for his mother and went ahead to congratulate her
- The footballer is six years older than his 'stepdad'
Brazilian international and Paris Saint-Germain talisman, Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, has congratulated his 52-year-old mother following news of her dating a 22-year-old gamer.
Nadine Goncalves, mother of Neymar, posted a romantic picture featuring herself and the darling boy Tiago, 22, on her Instagram page with the caption: “The inexplicable cannot be explained, you live it,”.
Neymar, who saw the post, took to the comment section to show massive support to his mother and her new lover.
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The football maestro wrote: “Be happy mum, love you,” in support of her mother’s love affair with her new lover who is younger than the PSG talisman.
Tiago, a gamer by profession is six years younger than his “stepson” Neymar Junior who is currently 28 years old.
Wagner Ribeiro, Neymar's dad, is also believed to have congratulated his ex-wife over her newfound love.
Nadine Goncalves broke up with Neymar’s father in 2016 after 25 years of marriage.
In other news, multiple award-winning gospel act, Sonnie Badu, has reacted to some comments about coronavirus related to Africa which were passed by Melinda Gates, wife of one of the world's richest men, Bill Gates.
Sonnie Badu took to his Instagram handle to react to comments passed by Mrs. Gates claiming hat developing countries like Africa would be the worst hit by the global COVID-19 pandemic.
But the founder of The Rock Hill Church begged to differ relating to Mrs Gates' comments as he took to his page to share his view.
He wrote: "You are not God ... You are only human, Just like us. Do not over step your boundaries, don’t worry your time will be up soon ... Africa will surprise the world, that is why for the first time we are ahead of you all ... Madam, keep quite ... my name is BADU"
Melinda Gates' comments made the comments when she granted an interview to popular American news network, CNN.
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