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Leonardo Bonucci Responds Perfectly To Troll Who Wished Death On His Kids

Leonardo Bonucci Responds Perfectly To Troll Who Wished Death On His Kids

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Leonardo Bonucci Responds Perfectly To Troll Who Wished Death On His Kids

Juventus and Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci issued a brilliant response to a troll who wished death on his kids.

The 31-year old has two sons: Lorenzo and Mateo, the latter of which suffered from a serious illness a couple of years back and led to Bonucci being close to calling it time on his career.

He recovered well thankfully but you could understand if the former AC Milan and Inter Milan man was overcome with anger and emotion when someone on Instagram told him “both your kids should have died”.

But somehow, he managed to produce an articulate message to the sick troll on his Instagram story.

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Image: PA

“Maybe one day we’ll live in a better world,” Bonucci said, as perFootball Italia.

“For now the world I want to keep my children away from is this one here, the one inhabited by these people. One of violence in gestures, words and thoughts.

“Now go on: cancel, change your account, call someone for help. It’s just a shame that no-one will be able to lift you from the disgust of being who you are.”

Bonucci left Juve for one season as captain as AC Milan but some Bianconeri fans still haven’t forgiven him for making that choice. Still, there’s no place for the disgusting message he received on Instagram but fair play to him for keeping his cool.

Lorenzo Bonucci, Leonardo’s first born, is actually a Torino supporter and was crying when he was wearing Juve colours to accompany his dad to lift the Scudetto in 2017.

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Image: PA

His father made amends though – taking him to meet his idol, striker Andrea Belotti. He took to Instagram and said: “Tonight you had fun, not like at the scudetto party!”

Image: Leonardo Bonucci / Instagram
Image: Leonardo Bonucci / Instagram

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