Before and after Thor Batista surprises internet users and images go viral


Eldest son of Luma de Oliveira and Eike Batista, Thor Batista celebrated the first month of birth of his heir, the result of his 10-year relationship with influencer Lunara Campos, last Thursday (22). The party’s record on a social network received not only likes from several of the couple’s friends but also comments from internet users. Most followers were surprised by the 32-year-old businessman’s appearance.

In the publication, Thor appears with gray hair, baldness and expression marks next to his wife, who wrote in the caption of the photo: “Celebrating the first month of our little love Thor II!”, announcing that the baby has the same name as his father.

“Guys. He’s only 32 years old! He aged very quickly”, commented one internet user. “When did Thor stop being a hairy and reckless teenager to become a bald guy? How long did I sleep?”, wanted to know. The comments then followed on X, formerly Twitter. “He looks more like a grandfather than a father”, the third observed and the fourth added: “Did he have some procedure done and the result wasn’t as expected?”

At the end of the 2000s, Thor and his brother Olin attended the best parties and nightclubs in the south of Rio and every now and then the duo got into trouble at events. His father Eike was one of the richest businessmen in Brazil, but at the end of 2012, he began to lose a large part of his fortune. In the same year, Thor had a car seized for running without a front license plate and also drew attention for his large physique, the result of the use of anabolic steroids, as he himself admitted. He weighed 105 kilos.

Thor ran over and killed truck driver Wanderson Pereira dos Santos, when he was crossing a highway in Duque de Caxias (RJ) also in 2012. The following year, according to G1, the RJ Court ordered him to pay a fine of 500 thousand reais to the family of Saints. In 2015, he ended up being definitively acquitted.

Source: Folha

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