An insider reveals the challenges Christian Atsu faced in his marriage before his tragic passing
It has come to light that the late Christian Atsu's marriage was not without its challenges. According to an insider quoted by Ghanasoccernet, Marie-Claire Rupo, Atsu's wife, had filed for divorce before the tragic earthquakes in Turkey and Syria claimed his life. The couple had been married for 11 years, and during that time, they had three children together.
The insider revealed that Atsu had been struggling with his marriage for the last two years before his passing. It seems that his wife's mother moved in with them in the UK, and Marie-Claire's attention was more focused on her mother than on her husband. This left Atsu feeling lonely in his own home, and he found it difficult to spend time with his children because his mother-in-law was running the household.
To make matters worse, in 2021, Marie-Claire published a book called 'Stop Bullying Me,' which tells the story of a woman going through humiliation, hurtful words, and painful acceptance. The book's protagonist, Delilah, tries to be happy and independent, but it doesn't always happen the way she wants. This was during the same time when Atsu and his wife were reportedly separated, and she refused to interact with him.
Despite their challenges, Atsu had publicly praised his wife in the past. An old video has surfaced of the late Newcastle United player honoring his wife, Claire Rupio. He singled out his German companion for praise, claiming that she was the best award he had ever received. Atsu spoke of how they had met in Portugal and how she had given him a beautiful family.
The news of Atsu's marital issues has left fans saddened and mourning the loss of the talented player and philanthropist. His legacy will undoubtedly live on, both on and off the field, as he touched the lives of many through his charity work and his passion for the sport. May he rest in peace.
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