Celia María Cuccittini, mother of Lionel Messi, spoke after the attack who suffered the supermarket of the father of his daughter-in-law Antonela Roccuzzo. The woman referred to how is your life in Rosario and how he was after the violent event.
“I spoke with Celia, Messi’s mother: ‘We’re fine, it was at Anto’s father’s supermarket. We never moved with custody, we lead a normal life‘” reported Maite Peñoñori about the message that Cuccittini gave her.
The woman spoke after a bullet attack on a supermarket belonging to the “Unico” chain belonging to the family of Antonela Roccuzzoin the western zone of Rosario.
The word of the mother of Messi’s mother is given in the context of a worldwide concern for the direct reference to the player in attack. “Messi, we are waiting for you. Javkin is also a narco, he will not take care of you”, threatened the text written with a pen on a cardboard, left at the door of the store.
The attack on the supermarket
According to the statement of an eyewitness to the event, at 3:20 a.m. two men arrived on a motorcycle, one got off, left a piece of paper with the threat, shot fourteen times on the front of the shop and then he withdrew, along with his henchman, from the place.
The mayor of Rosario, Pablo Javkin, affirmed from the scene that “what allows these events to occur is impunity,” and affirmed that the area “was liberated, there was no persecution.”
The origin of the Roccuzzo family supermarket
The first Único supermarket was born in 1982 in Rosario and was created by Antonela Roccuzzo’s paternal grandmother, Lele. With the passage of time and the growth of businesses in the field, it was associated with Shopping and in the ’90s it became a recognized brand and became a chain of 9 branches.
At the moment only what was attacked on Thursday belongs to the Roccuzzo family. According to the Rosario site The citizenAntonela’s father, the rest of the branches were acquired by businessman Mariano Martín, current president of the Rosario Chamber of Supermarkets and Self-Services, which he later sold to Micropack.
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