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A Bible delivered to a charity store in England had intimate photos of Brazilians Diego Costa, from Atlético de Madrid, and Gabriel Jesus, from Manchester City. The information was released on The Sun tabloid.

Intimate photos of players Gabriel Jesus and Diego Costa are found in a Bible
Intimate photos of players Gabriel Jesus and Diego Costa are found in a Bible – Reproduction/The Sun
Intimate photos of players Gabriel Jesus and Diego Costa are found in a Bible - Reproduction/The Sun
Intimate photos of players Gabriel Jesus and Diego Costa are found in a Bible – Reproduction/The Sun
Intimate photos of players Gabriel Jesus and Diego Costa are found in a Bible - Reproduction/The Sun
Intimate photos of players Gabriel Jesus and Diego Costa are found in a Bible – Reproduction/The Sun

In the picture, are the two players with the same woman, but at different times. They both looked very relaxed.

Who donated the Bible hasn’t been identified yet, but it is a woman with Spanish or Latin features, who wanted to leave the United Kingdom.

It is worth mentioning that Gabriel Jesus (23) signed with Manchester City in 2017 and ended his relationship with model Fernanda Queiroz in early 2020.

Soccer player who destroyed the rainbow flag apologizes

English soccer player Jamie Jardy, from Leicester City, apologizedafter the negative repercussion of him destroying a rainbow-colored flag on the Rainbow Laces field in a game against Sheffield United last December 6. On that occasion, he scored a goal that guaranteed victory for his team and during the celebration, he went to the flag and ended up destroying it.

As a way of portraying what happened, Vardy sent the damaged flag to Foxes Pride, which is a group of LGBTs fans from Leicester City, writing: “Pride of the foxes, keep up the good work”.

The flag was placed to promote the inclusion of LGBTQIA+ fans and also to celebrate the Rainbow Laces Day. Vardy’s act was seen by a portion of homophobic fans as a form of repudiation of LGBTs people, and his attitude ended up generating a lot of controversy on social networks.

According to Sky Sports channel, there was a very significant number of homophobic comments that praised the player’s attitude. In response, Foxes Pride said:

“All of us at Foxes Pride are saddened by the LGBTphobic comments in the last few days after Vardy destroyed the flag during a celebration” – they said on Twitter – “We are proud and very grateful for the support that Vardy and Leicester City FC continues to provide to Rainbow Laces, LGBTs fans and Foxes Pride,”he concluded.

Soccer player who destroyed the rainbow flag apologizes
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The group president, Graeme Smith, says that Vardy’s gesture is important for inclusion in sport: “This Vardy’s gesture highlights the inclusive culture in our football club. We are proud to be able to partner with them, not just for Rainbow Laces, but throughout the year.”

In England, Rainbow Laces Day was celebrated on December 9th, with sports fans spreading the phrase “Make sport a game for everyone” on social media. The day exists precisely to make the population aware of homotransphobia within sport and also to make the environment more inclusive.

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Jornalista formado pela PUC do Rio de Janeiro, dedicou sua vida a falar sobre cultura nerd/geek. Gay desde que se entende por gente, sempre teve desejo de trabalhar com o público LGBT+ e crê que a informação é a a melhor arma contra qualquer tipo de "fobia"