The Brazilian star denied planning a party in his country to welcome 2021.
, denied the rumors of him hosting a party of 150 people in Brazil to celebrate the commencement of the New Year. Though it was reported that a party will be held in the Brazilian’s Mangaratiba mansion, the 28-year-old’s lawyer denied the rumors, saying that they have nothing to do with the planned celebration.
"It's a Fabrica event. It has no connection with Neymar,” read the statement. "He will be with his family, with his son and his physiotherapist [on New Year's Eve]".
, which is in charge of planning the event, issued a statement, saying:
"Agencia Fabrica clarifies that it is the creator and producer of New Year's Eve event in the Costa Verde region, in the State of Rio de Janeiro, which will receive approximately 150 people.”
"The event will take place in compliance with all health standards determined by public agencies. The company also clarifies that the private event, with exclusive access for guests and without ticket sales, happens with all licenses from the competent bodies necessary for its realisation."
, who has been a witness of Covid-19 severity in his country, criticized the vaccine developed by Pfizer-BioNTech, claiming:
"In the Pfizer contract it's very clear: 'We're not responsible for any side effects.' If you turn into a crocodile, it's your problem.”
"If you become superhuman, if a woman starts to grow a beard or if a man starts to speak with an effeminate voice, they [the vaccine manufacturers] will not have anything to do with it."
Neymar currently has 12 appearances with the 3rd placed
and nine goals for the season.