The Brazilian apologized to his Turks supporters
Dani Alves created a mess on social nets. After the victory at Espanyol's stadium, the full-back published a picture on his Twitter account (which he later erased) in which he asked for recognition to the Armenian genocide.
The player published two pictures: the first one, he was alone with a protesting panel and in the second one, he appeared with more people. First reactions didn't last and the Turks supporters critizised Alves' gesture, while the Armenian embassy thanked the fact.
After erasing the pictures, the Brazilian apologized to the Turks, once again, via Twitter: "I would like to apologize to all my fans of Turkey, I've never meant to hurt you. I have a lot of friends and I thought that the picture wouldn't hurt anybody. I always fight for peace, for a better life and I would never hurt the people that I love."
Me gustaría pedir un millón de disculpas a todos mis fans de Turkish, jamás pensé que la foto iba a haceros daños, tengo muchos amigos......— Daniel Alves (@DaniAlvesD2) April 25, 2015
Y no entendí que la foto iba a causar ningún daño, yo siempre preso por la paz, por la mejor vibe y jamás haría daño a gente que aprecio!— Daniel Alves (@DaniAlvesD2) April 25, 2015