Mossul asks to stop the insults after assuring that Peru was going to lose to Paraguay

Mossul asks to stop the insults after assuring that Peru was going to lose to Paraguay

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Mossul asks to stop the insults after assuring that Peru was going to lose to Paraguay

After the exciting match between the White-red and the Paraguayan team, social networks served as a platform to dump the emotion of the Peruvians, who highlighted the new feat of those led by Ricardo Gareca.

However, not everything was joy and celebration, as many Internet users took the opportunity to insult and go against the famous seer Mossul, who days ago had assured that the bicolor would lose to the Guarani and was reaffirmed hours before the meeting.

“Today, Thursday, July 1, 2021, I reaffirm myself in my prediction that I envision Paraguay as the winner against this match for the Copa América. I see in my cards that Paraguay beats Peru, this is what the tarot says and my gift of clairvoyance ”, he commented.

Likewise, Mossul mentioned that Peru would have had an easier match against the Chilean team. “With Chile Peru would do a little better because with Paraguay I see that it loses, let’s hope things are not like that. I am not God, but it is for my personal opinion ”, he specified.

The seer Mossul spoke on his social networks after receiving attacks for his prediction of the Peru vs. Paraguay. Photo: Mossul / Instagram

After the favorable result for Peruvians, the seer used his Instagram stories to ask for the attacks and insults to stop. “Why insults and ugly things written, I am not God, I with a good heart went to ask for the Peruvian team and you offend with such ugly words. Well, I’m still in Chiclayo, I’ll go see my Cruz de Motupe and keep asking for my country. I love you, ”he wrote.

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