Blaqboi: BB Titans Housemate Picks Messi Ahead of Ronaldo As Real GOAT
- Veteran Lionel Messi has been named as 'the real GOAT' by BB Titans housemate Blaqboi
- Despite doing Ronaldo's famous Siuuu celebration while entering, he said Messi is the best
- Messi had a glorious 2022 as it was the year the Argentine legend won the FIFA World Cup
Big Brother Titans housemate, Blaqboi has stated emphatically that Lionel Messi is the best player on earth, rating the Argentine footballer ahead of eternal rival, Cristiano Ronaldo.
Blaqboi is one of the housemates in the latest Big Brother production featuring South Africa and Nigerian entrants. While stepping onto the stage to talk to fans, he confirmed his love for the Paris Saint-Germain forward.
Over the years, there has been serious debate about who the best of all-time is between Messi and Ronaldo, with fans all over the world always differing.
This debate has been raging for more than 10 years, with both players setting many incredible records for their respective clubs.
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Messi has the Mundial edge
Paris Saint-Germain star Messi has won the Ballon d'Or award seven times, while Ronaldo has five in his cupboard. The Argentine also recently won the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
According to a video on Instagram, shared on TikTok, Blaqboi explained that while he respects Ronaldo, he feels Messi is the GOAT.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, Ronaldo recently made a mega million move to the Saudi Arabian league, which now makes him the highest paid footballer in the world.
Talisca’s son hits SIUUU celebration
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how it would be fair to assume that Ronaldo is enjoying his adventure in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia.
From his warm welcome by the Al-Nassr faithful to the joyous pictures and videos that have subsequently been released, the striker is seemingly feeling at home - a far cry from the Ronaldo the world saw during his last days at Manchester United and at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The players at his new club seem thrilled to share the dressing room with the five-time Ballon d'Or winner, who could make his debut for Al-Nassr against Messi's PSG before long.
Source: Sports Brief News