Is James Rodriguez Trans Gender? Rumors say that Rodriguez has transitioned from man to woman. Here is the truth.
James Rodriguez is a Premier League Footballer who plays for Everton FC. The football club is once again on the news as one of its star players has been suspended. Lately, the Everton FC took action against its’s key men because of possible involvement in child sex offenses.
Rodriguez started his career in the year 2006 from Envigao. Since then there has been no turning back for the 30-year-old midfielder.
However, recent rumors about Jame Rodriguez’s sexuality have made fans curious. Here’s what we know about him.
James Rodriguez Trans Gender Rumors
Everton Midfielder James Rodriguez is not a transgender.
The recent rumors are completely baseless. As of now, there has been no evidence to support the fact that he has gone through scissors.
However, In March 2021, during his injuries, Twitter users speculated that he is transitioning from male to female.
People were actually questioning his retirement from football if he turns into a woman. Twitter and Instagram went crazy with such memes.
Transgender or not, James Rodriguez is a keen supporter of the LGBTQIA community.
Is He A Man Or Woman?
James Rodriguez is a man, and he was even married to Daniela Ospina before.
After his 6 years of marriage came to an end in 2017, he dated so many women.
Nonetheless, he is a father to three beautiful children; Juana Valentina Restrepo, Danna Lucia, and Luisa Maria Rodriguez.
James Rodriguez Partner
Rodriguez is dating Shanon De Lima. They have been together for two years now.
His partner, Lima is a Venezuelan model and businesswoman. Lima found herself as a finalist in the Sambil Model and Miss Earth Venezuela contests in 2005. She is also better known as the ex-wife of American singer, Marc Anthony.
The couple is blessed with a baby boy as well. The baby took birth through surrogacy.
His Ethnicity Details
James Rodriguez’s ethnicity is Latin-American.
He was born on July 12, 1991 in Cucuta, Norte de Santander. While the Colombian star spent his childhood in the city of Ibague, Tolima.
The midfielder’s father, James Rodriguez Bedoya is also a retired footballer. Bedoya was part of the 1985 Under 20 side of the Colombian National team.