Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) – Turki Al-Sheikh, Chairman of the Entertainment Authority in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, responded to what is circulating on social networking sites of criticism of the personal life of the Argentine football star, Diego Maradona.
Who is seated criticizing the personal life of Maradona !!! You are on him in the stadium! I know when we respect the privacy of people and their personal lives … my private life is mine and my Lord will hold me accountable for it! Muraduna, Michael Jackson, Jordan, Clay, Umm Kulthum, Muhammad Abdo and Muhammad Abdel Wahab are legends that will not be repeated! https://t.co/HvcXY9qPxi
This came in a tweet by the Sheikh’s family, in which he said: “Whoever sits criticizing the personal life of our people !!! You are against him in the stadium! I know when we respect the privacy of people and their personal life … My private life is mine and I have a God who will hold me accountable for it! Muhammad Abdo and Muhammad Abdel Wahab are legends that will not be repeated! ”
Goodbye my friend … Last time I saw you in Russia 2018 and promised to visit me in the Kingdom! Goodbye, the greatest of playing football … Goodbye, who has affected my generation … Goodbye Diego … Football after you has no taste 💔💔💔 Today I am sad. I was talking with you for 4 months on an idea with Netflix … I was happy! Bye Diego 💔 https://t.co/XPqGJHkMwR
In a separate tweet, Al Sheikh posted a video clip of Maradona in 2018, commenting on it: “Goodbye, my friend … The last time I saw you in Russia 2018 and promised me to visit me in the Kingdom! Goodbye, the greatest of playing football … Goodbye, who influenced my generation … Goodbye Diego .. Football after you is tasteless. Today I am sad. I was talking with you 4 months ago on the idea of Netflix … and I was happy! Goodbye Diego. “
Matthias Mora, Maradona’s lawyer, had revealed to CNN that his client had died as a result of a “heart failure”, and that Maradona passed away at the age of 60 years, saying: “See you soon, my friend. Bye, Commander, I will miss you,” he wrote on his page on the website. Twitter.