He could have a child with almost any woman on the planet.
Lots and lots of women would have volunteered.
He had a “girlfriend” for years who gladly would have had his child.
He, is an A+ list celebrity throughout much of the world.
In the US, he is probably A-.
Our A+ lister wanted to have a child.
The thing is though, he knew who he wanted to be the mother of his child.
Finding her, let alone convincing her, took two years and almost a million dollars.
Oh, he can afford it.
It only took him about six months to track her down. Living under an alias gets you to a certain point, but paying off the family members made it a whole lot easier.
He then took steps.
Lots of steps.
She was halfway around the world and he had limited time.
Eventually though he managed to convince her.
She was willing because her father would have been a huge fan of the A+ lister.
Plus, she needed the money and, for his part, he knew she would keep a secret.
Her family does not do a very good job of keeping secrets.
Our A+ lister loves the genetic line of his son.
Ex: Irina Shayk
Manuela Escobar (Pablo Escobar’s daughter)
They have a son together, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr.
” Born in 1984, Manuela’s life with her father was cut short. Escobar’s acquaintances—the survivors, anyway—recall Manuela as her father’s spoiled little princess.
When Escobar’s daughter wanted a unicorn, he bought her a horse and stapled (yes, stapled) a cone to its head and wings to its back (the horse died from an infection). (Kienyke In Spanish)
When Manuela asked her father how much a billion dollars was, he responded “the value of your eyes, my princess.” Escobar even forced one of his mistresses to get an abortion when she became pregnant. Why? Because the drug lord had promised his daughter that she would be the last of his line. Whatever Manuela wanted, Manuela got…except for a life of peace and safety.
Always on the run, Manuela was accustomed to a life of instability and danger. In Argentina, she changed her name to Juana Manuela Marroquin Santos.
At just ten years old, she had to uproot her entire life and pretend to be someone else. She went to school—on public transportation nonetheless—and started anew in Buenos Aires. Everything came crashing down a mere five years later, just like it had in December 1993. Now everyone knew who she was, and she was stripped yet again of the existence she had known.
Not much information about Manuela has been recorded since. Now as a 31-year-old, she lives away from the spotlight and it seems she will keep it that way.