The whole world has been looking for the culprit after Lionel Messi, Paris Saint-German’s soccer superstar tested positive for COVID-19. Unfortunately, a disc jockey was chosen to be the scapegoat for Messi’s ailment and has received death threats for potentially giving Messi the virus.
The soccer icon was photographed by DJ Fer Palacio on December 27, at Rosario. Argentina. Messi then tested positive five days later. Palacio became the target of the Messi mob quickly because Messi is a devoted (and often delusional) fanbase.
However, many of those who accused Palacio of being a “murderer” (yes, some people have been crazy enough to call him that) will live to regret their hasty and irrational words. Palacio said that he had tested positive for COVID while on vacation to Uruguay. He took the test in January.
“I am (trending) on Twitter because Messi tested positive for COVID-19. They (say) that I infected him,” Palacio said. “They have even called me ‘murderer.’ I have a lot of very bad (direct) messages. Yesterday, I was tested because I have to travel to Uruguay and I do not have COVID-19.”
Palacio tweets the results from his test in order to give credibility to his claim.
No contagie a Messi pic.twitter.com/miSTUmxHqg
— Fer Palacio (@ferpalaci0) January 2, 2022
It truly takes an idiotic individual to cry for someone’s head over potentially giving someone a non-life-threatening sickness. Palacio could not have given Messi COVID. Despite the fact that Messi was on holiday in Argentina, there is no evidence to support this.
It could even be unambiguously proven that Palacio gave Messi the COVID. But does this really matter? The men were risk-takers by sharing their presence at that event. Messi ended up getting sick. Messi will recover rapidly and the rest of his life will remain as normal.
In the meantime, let’s dial back the death threats towards Palacio and hope for a quick recovery for Messi.