After numerous accusations and even death threats, Argentinian DJ Fer Palacio had to come out and make a statement that he was not responsible for infecting Lionel Messi who recently tested positive for Covid-19.
As reported by ESPN, Messi spent the Christmas break in his native Rosario and attended several parties, including one at which DJ Fer Palacio was invited to perform as the DJ.
As a DJ, Fer Palacio had in previous days attended several parties where people were later tested and confirmed to have positive cases. He went on to reveal over the weekend that he has received death threats and insults on social media by people who believe he was responsible for Messi getting the virus.
Showing off his negative result as proof, he said in a video shared by TMZ, “I am a trend on Twitter because Messi tested positive for COVID-19. They relate this to me saying that I infected him. They have even called me ‘murderer.’ I have a lot of very bad private messages. Yesterday I got tested because I have to travel to Uruguay, and I do not have COVID-19.
No contagie a Messi pic.twitter.com/miSTUmxHqg
— Fer Palacio (@ferpalaci0) January 2, 2022
Wishing his fans a happy new year as he continued his isolation after the positive test result, Messy shared “I can only give thanks for everything that I had to live in this 2021. Even more so when many people had a really bad time because of the s—ty virus that never ends. Hopefully 2022 brings a lot of health, which is what I wish you all for the new year. Hug to everyone!!!”
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