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Real Madrid Star Vinicius Junior Vows To Continue Dancing GOAL Celebration (VIDEO)

Real Madrid Star Vinicius Jnr has now promised to continue his dancing goal celebrations despite being a victim of racism in Spain, MySportDab reports. 

Spanish Agents Association President, Pedro Bravo told Vinicius Jr to ‘stop playing the monkey’ after the recent 4-1 win over Mallorca.

Bravo spoke about it when he appeared on the controversial El Chiringuito TV programme.

Outraged by the comment from the association president, Vinicius Jnr shared a video on social media and revealed he won’t stop dancing.

‘They say that bothers,’ Vinicius said in the video.

‘They are bothered by the happiness of a victorious black Brazilian in Europe.

‘But my desire to win, smile and sparkle are much bigger than that.

‘It’s bad. I was a victim of a xenophobic and racist comment also. But it did not start yesterday.’

He added: ‘Weeks ago they started speaking against my dances. Dances that I did not start.

‘They belong to Ronaldinho, Neymar, [Lucas] Paqueta, Felix, Griezmann, Cunha… they belong to Brazilian people, samba artists, and many more.

‘These dances celebrate the cultural diversity of the world. Accept it, and respect it. I won’t stop.’

In a new released statement, Real Madrid threatened to take legal action against racist people.

‘Real Madrid CF is against all kinds of racist expressions and behaviors in football, sport and life, such as the comments made against our player Vinicius Junior.

‘Vinicius has all the love and support of Real Madrid. He is a player that enjoys football based on joy, respect and sportsmanship.

‘The club is prepared to take legal action against anyone who abuses our players.’

Vinicius has previously been subjected to racism back in 2021 during a match against Barcelona.

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