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Bruna Biancardi breaks silence after Neymar seen with two women
September 21, 2023
The girlfriend of Neymar broke her silence amid allegations that the Brazilian soccer star may been unfaithful as she waits to give birth to the couple’s child.
Video posted Monday on X appears to show Neymar, 31, partying with at least two unidentified women, igniting rumors of infidelity.
The 29-year-old Bruna Biancardi, who’s eight months pregnant, addressed the viral video Wednesday on her Instagram Story.
“I’m aware of what happened & once again I am disappointed but in the final stage of my pregnancy, my focus & worries are directed to my daughter & that is all I will think about in the moment,” Biancardi wrote, per translation by Daily Mail and Justjared.com.
“Bru. I do this for both of you and your family. Justify the unjustifiable. No need to. But I need you in OUR lives. I saw how much you were exposed, how much you suffered with all of this and how much you want to be by my side. And I stand beside you. I did wrong with you all. I risk saying I’m wrong every day, on and off the pitch. Only I solve my mistakes in personal life at home, in my intimacy with my family and friends,” Neymar wrote.
“All of this hit one of the most special people in my life. The woman I dreamed of following beside me, mother of my child. Has it touched his family, which is my family today. She touched her intimacy in such a special moment that is maternity.”
The couple has had an up-and-down relationship, according to the Daily Mail.
They started dating in 2021 but didn’t go public until January 2022.
The ended their relationship in August 2022 only to reunite “soon after.”
The gossip site Em Off reported in June the couple has an “agreement” allowing Neymar to “flirt and even have sex with other women,” as long as he is discreet, avoids call girls, uses a condom and doesn’t kiss girls on their mouth.
Neymar ended his six-year run with Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League last month to join Al-Hilal in the Saudi Pro League on a two-year deal that guarantees him at least $300 million, according to Forbes.