Chelsea legend John Terry took to social media to clear up a report about him “Charging Fans £100 Per Autograph”
Former England international John Terry is currently embarking on a solo tour of the UK, engaging with fans through talks and events. His first stop was in Basingstoke.
Matt Law, a reporter from The Telegraph, published a report about Terry’s tour earlier this week, and it contained inaccurate information. Specifically, Law claimed that John Terry was charging £100 for an autograph and £500 for dinner as part of the tour.
However, Terry has since clarified the situation. He stated in a video and reiterated on social media that he is not personally profiting from these charges; instead, all proceeds are being donated to charity.
It appears that Matt Law’s report may not have been thoroughly researched, and the inaccuracies in the article led to some negative reactions and misunderstandings. John Terry’s clarification emphasizes the charitable nature of his tour and the intention to support worthwhile causes.
It’s important for accurate information to be shared in reporting to prevent misunderstandings and potential harm to individuals like John Terry, who are engaged in philanthropic efforts.