One month after the World Cup in Qatar, the bomb exploded: Rodrigo De Paul and Tini Stoessel would be separated. However, they would have decided not to make it public until the end of the competition, so as not to fuel the criticism they have received since they made their romance official. And in the midst of speculation, Camila Homs, who was in a relationship with the Atlético de Madrid player for more than ten years and is the mother of his children Francesca and Bautista, gave her opinion.

“I don’t know what to say because I don’t know if it’s true or not and it doesn’t involve me, so I don’t get involved,” he shyly declared in dialogue with Partners of the show. And he sentenced: “I’m not surprised, it’s weird, but I have nothing to do with their relationship.” He also assured that she feels “great appreciation” for the athlete, whom he accompanied for most of his career. And when they asked her if she would go back to him, she replied: “I can’t answer that. I wouldn’t go back to him today. I’m fine like this. Topic over.”

It should be remembered that the model settled in Buenos Aires after the separation and the first months were not easy. Above all, because it was rumored that De Paul had been unfaithful to him with Tini while she was pregnant with her youngest child. To make matters worse, her relatives have branded the singer a “home breaker” in the networks. However, she publicly Camila manages to talk about it and in addition, she is currently in a relationship with businessman Carlos Benvenuto, with whom she recently traveled to Europe.

For his part, De Paul would be separated. And although she had learned that he would have made the decision as a result of the problems he had in his work, Luli Fernández argued the opposite. “I am in a position to affirm that Tini would not only have made the decision to end the relationship, but would have blocked it from all sides. Tini would be very angry and it is he who is desperate to talk to her again,” said the panelist of the cycle led by Rodrigo Lussich and Adrián Pallares.