Brazilian Richarlison, the star of Brazil and London’s Tottenham Hotspur, as well as American star Alex Morgan, became the first soccer players to join the “Threads” application, which was launched on Thursday and is owned by Mark Zuckerberg, owner of Meta.
Threads emerged as a competitor to the Twitter platform, and a large number of celebrities, including famous athletes in various games, went to subscribe.
Among the first football players to join Threads was Richarlison, the Tottenham player and the Brazil national team, who scored a wonderful goal against Serbia in the last World Cup, as he has 1.6 million followers on Twitter, and on Thursday he opened his account on the new application with only an emoji of a bird. .
And the American beauty Alex Morgan joined the application in the early hours, as it is expected that she will be more interactive with her followers when the World Cup is held later this month.
Away from football, Golden State Warriors star Steve Curry joined his first post, which is a picture of him playing golf, while famous quarterback Tom Brady jokingly wrote, “I’m just trying to come to the party early for once in my life.”
“Diesel is here,” wrote Shaquille O’Neal, a four-time NBA winner, referring to one of his nicknames.
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