“For you, idiot”: Richarlison’s fight with a Brazilian journalist who got out of control

For a knee injury, was not summoned by for the triple date of October . The Everton crack missed the games against Venezuela, Colombia and Uruguay. However, he has not stopped being the protagonist of the news after the row in which he got involved with a Brazilian journalist who criticized him for wearing the ’10’ of the ‘Scratch’ in the last Olympic Games in which he won the medal of gold.

His name is Marcio Spimpolo and on his Twitter account he has been in charge of spreading the heated discussion he has had with the Brazilian international, who after winning the men’s soccer title sent him a photo with a curious dedication: “For you, you fucking idiot”the player wrote.

“All my life I was criticized. Now, that was too much. They even wanted me to play badly ”, added the former Watford forward in the direct message he sent to the Brazilian journalist on Instagram. Spimpolo did not remain silent and called him “impolite”, as shown in the screenshots.

What at first was a private conversation between the Brazilian forward and the journalist ended up going public and viral on networks thanks to what was published by Spimpolo. “People, we are good. No fighting. Everyone gives their point of view and everything is fine ”, wrote.

Richarlison’s quarrel with a Brazilian journalist.
"For you idiot"Richarlison told a reporter.
“For you, idiot,” Richarlison told a reporter.

Brazil, with one foot in the World Cup

Canarinha is the South American team that looks closer to Qatar thanks to the 4-1 victory against Uruguay with targets from Neymar, ‘Gabigol’ and a double from Raphinha. Luis Suárez discounted a free kick for La Celeste.

From the hand of Tite, Brazil continued unstoppable and reached 31 points in 11 games played, with a six-point advantage over Argentina, with which they still have to play the South American classic corresponding to the sixth day and which was suspended.

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