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I Divorced My Husband Because He Was Too ‘Perfect’ For Me. –Brazil World Cup Winner’s Ex-Wife Reveals

I Divorced My Husband Because He Was Too ‘Perfect’ For Me. –Brazil World Cup Winner’s Ex-Wife Reveals

Brazil and AC Milan legend KaKa’s ex-wife, Caroline Celico, has revealed she divorced him because he was “too perfect”.

Kaka, 41, married childhood sweetheart Celico in 2005 before they divorced in 2015.

The ex-couple had two children together but Celico was not happy and has now revealed she felt something was missing.

Kaka, his ex-wife and two children

“Kaka never betrayed me, he treated me well, he gave me a wonderful family, but I was not happy, something was missing,” she was quoted on The Sun.

“The problem was, he was too perfect for me.”

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Celico, a Brazilian socialite, joined Kaka’s church after they married and later became an Evangelical pastor but quit in 2010.

She then launched the charity Horizontal Love, which provides supplies for food, hygiene, construction and education to Brazilian NGOs.

The 36-year-old later married Eduardo Scarpa Julião in 2021 and the couple are now expecting their first child.

Kaka also found love again with partner Carolina Dias he began dating in 2017.

Kaka had a decorated career which saw him win nine major trophies, including the World Cup with Brazil in Korea/Japan 2002 and the FiFA Confederations Cup in 2005 and 2009.

He also won Serie A and the Champions League with AC Milan, as well as La Liga with Real Madrid.

Also, he was named FIFA World Player of the Year and Ballon d’Or both in 2007.


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WORDPRESS: 16
  • Hmm women

  • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

    It is way easier to understand cosmic continuum physics than to understand the human creature called ‘woman’.

    Trust me, there are millions of women out there who walk around with the same mindset as this woman.

  • They pray for a “Godly man who will not beat or give them stress, plus is super-rich.” Kaka ticked all the boxes. So were all Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Kanye West, Elon Musk, etc.

    Lo and behold these rich gentlemen have all been divorced by their women. In the end, it’s about marrying your type, aside from being comfortable and “good.” Let the wild marry the wild and the domesticated marry the domesticated.

    Like Dangote, Mark Zuckerberg. Leo Messi Etc. Money doesn’t always keep women. The wild and greedy will always find an excuse to divorce, seek extra excitement, explore more, and inherit unearned wealth. Otherwise, keep them as girlfriends forever like Ronaldo.

  • Same creature as men. Look around you and you go find more men vs women wey marry their prayer point but still de cheat or divorce and marry someone else. Nothing new here, unless we want sensationalize am because Na Kaka. If e no work for you and you de unhappy, MOVE ON

  • Same creature as men. Look around you and you go find more men vs women wey marry their prayer point but still de cheat or divorce and marry someone else. Nothing new here, unless we want sensationalize am because Na Kaka. If e no work for you and you de unhappy, MOVE ON

    • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

      Oh…wow, That’s really interesting….!!!

      So you have seen cases of men who divorced their wives because they are “too perfect” or who have complained that their wives are too good and nonviolent or nonabusive…? Or are you just imagining there are….?

      If you think Kaka’s case is the first of its kind, then you haven’t seen anything yet…!

  • Drey if it sounds new to you, then you haven’t seen anything yet.listen to talk radio and comb the internet and you go find similar matter.

    I know someone in Lekki who divorced his more wealthy university sweethearts turned wife because guilt no let am rest as he de he often sleeps with other women. Guess what? He don marry someone else. I know someone else who always wanted a Caucasian lady as a partner. He got his wish and met a lady in Idaho. This woman pretty and get money pass Omo boy but guy left her in Feb. He’s now with an Indian lady.

    You don’t have to cast your net far and wide for empirical evidence, them Boku brother

    • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

      I’d prefer we stick to the scope of this report and not add conjoining factors or scenarios.

      I didn’t read anywhere in this report that Kaka’s ex was cheating and hence pricked by the guilt of her own was or bouyed by racial or ethnic desires. She only clearly stated that she primarily cut him loose simple because he was too perfect as a man.

      So you are certain those people you just referenced divorced their women because they were “too perfect” or because the had other subtle desires…? Interesting…? Please present these empirical figures you have.

      And yes, I have watched tons of episodes of couple court programs over the years and this isn’t even the 100th time I am heard of a woman complaining and suing for divorce simply because her partner is too perfect.

      While there might be cases where its other other ways round, I can beat my chest to say they are few and far between.

      Its a different thing for a man to conjure an excuse to detach himself from a woman in order to be free to pursue his philandering ways, its another thing for it to be genuinely apt that a man sees his wife as being just “too perfect” and hence divorcing her as such.

      I am probably living in a different era though…who knows..?!

  • My guy in Lekki left because he said the ex was too good for him. You said there are millions of women walking around with similar mindset. I beg point me to just 10 that falls within the said scope ince you be mind reader and you know enough to be categorical.

    You say make we trust you there are millions of women with Kakas ex mindset but you no Sabi men with similar mindset Abi Na few you don hear about? Lol.. bros you can only see what you want to see. Awon aiye oo

    • Dr. Drey 2 months ago

      Hahahaha…I will gladly do that if CSN will allow me.

      I will gladly post hundreds of youtube videos where women approach couple courts for divorce on the ground that their partners are either too good, too caring or too perfect….and not buoyed by the fact that they are philandering or merely looking for excuses to.

      Unfortunately, CSN wouldn’t.

      I don’t do ‘I heard this person’ or ‘ I know that person’ crap.

      There is a huge difference between hearsays and publicly prosecuted cases.

  • Drey the imaginary picture you’ve been trying to paint does not exist.

    You must be living under a chosen and comfortable rock to think what that woman did is unique to women. Bros some of us only see what we want to see and I understand why. Just give me name of the channel and I go check on YouTube and I beg make we maintain the scope

  • Unique 2 months ago

    Do you know that most women don’t like men who apologize and treat them with respect all the time? The simple truth is that if you are too perfect for a woman, you will look weak and they will take you for granted. Those creatures are something else.

  • Bros that’s domestic violence.

    You need to stop am if you de do am before you go jail for very long. I don’t know any human being or sentient beings wey like abuse

  • Forget Sentient and human being, I don’t know anything with life wey like abuse. Make we men de try tell ourselves the truth.

  • Bobo Colorado Springs 2 months ago

    The point is, women don’t like men who are Mr nice, weak and perfect. Women need strong good men that are leaders, principled, who can correct them and with a little drama, not pleasing them. you don’t need any abuse on women to respect you, in fact an abusive man is weak.The way women sees men is quite different and that’s women psychology; once you understand that, you will be successful with women.

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