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Video: Cristiano Ronaldo storms out of interview after being quizzed about the FIFA scandal

Martin Joseph
8.83K   //    02 Aug 2015, 23:44 IST
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Cristiano Ronaldo was unhappy at the questions posed to him about FIFA

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo decided to storm out of an interview with CNN after he was questioned about FIFA's corruption scandal and about the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. “I don’t care about Fifa and Qatar!” Ronaldo told during the interview with CNN. “I don’t give a f***! Speaking about Fifa, come on.”

The Portuguese star has showed that he does not like being asked uncomfortable questions. Previously, he had stormed out of an interview after he was asked about the future of Sergio Ramos. 

The Ballon d’Or winner made it clear that he does not entertain questions which do not involve him and did not mince his words during the interview. The 30-year-old was clearly unhappy and he decided to walk out of the interview. 

Though he was at the interview with CNN Espanol regarding the promotion of a new line of headphones he had launched, the presenter was intent on asking him about the FIFA scandal, how it affected him, and what were the players thoughts on the same.

When asked about what he thought about the scandal, he said, “Do you want me to be honest? It doesn’t worry me at all. I do my profession, my job, I give me all for my club … the rest doesn’t matter to me. I don’t care what happens on the outside.”

When he said that his teammates did not talk about the issue, he was asked what do the players talk about, in response to which he said, “About music, about women, about fashion, about shoes, about suitcases/bags, about jewellery, about haircuts … any more you want me to list?”

The last question he was asked was about the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, when he got angry and said, “I can’t speak like that. This is bulls**t. Speak about Fifa, I don’t care about Fifa. And Qatar … I don’t give a f***. What you want me to do? Speak about product, he speaks about FIFA … come on.”

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