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LIONEL MESSI SLAMS REPORT HE PAID FOR RONALDINHO'S BAIL. ANCHOR APOLOGIZES, SAYING IT WAS A JOKE


Lionel Messi has voiced his displeasure at a false report in his native Argentina that he had provided bail money to former Barcelona teammate Ronaldinho and was considering a move to Serie A's Inter Milan.

TV channel TNT Sports, which broadcast the claims in its segment called "La Bomba," apologized to the soccer star and said there had been a misunderstanding as the segment was meant to be humorous.
TNT Sports shares the same parent company as CNN, WarnerMedia. The show on TNT Sports was also broadcast on CNN Radio Argentina, an independent radio station that licenses the CNN brand.
    In an Instagram story, Messi wrote: "Lie No.1" and "Lie No. 2" over a screengrab of both stories. 



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