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36% 221 votes
64% 388 votes
609 people voted
He was right to do so, Coca-Cola is an unhealthy drink 217 votes

He was right to do so, Coca-Cola is an unhealthy drink
36%
It was a disrespectful move towards one of the competition's... 271 votes

It was a disrespectful move towards one of the competition's main sponsors
44%
It was a disrespectful move towards one of the competition's main sponsors
I don't have an opinion 104 votes

I don't have an opinion
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MABUSANA

MABUSANA

  He needed water, not Coca Cola at that time, he did nothing wrong.
sharmy24

sharmy24

  It was wrong of him to do that , there are lot of unhealthy food and drinks out there and we can never be able to remove all of them in the world .it is not a bad thing that he does not drink Coca-cola but he must keep it to himself as it was his choice to not drink coca-cola , even i don't drink it but that does not mean i must go on and encourage others to stop drinking too ,, it will be their own choice to stop drinking it .what he did was disrespectful towards Coca-cola, many people look up to him he must set good examples. i will never in my life support a person who belittle some people's work .
F3575352h35

F3575352h35

  Water is life and after all he is one of the best athletes of our time. I do not believe there was any bad intention from his side.
Grandmoo

Grandmoo

  Even if it is a sponsor, nobody had any right to assume Ronaldo was happy with this beverage alone. He is an athlete and of course has the right to choose what his diet contains. Coca-Cola might be a sponsor but its not to say that they can 'advertise' all over. They don't own football, nor do they own Ronaldo, nor do they have an agreement with the player as an individual to promote their product.

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