Captioning a photograph shared to his social media pages, sprinting legend Usain Bolt stated that his faith could not be robbed.
With the chaos of the Stocks and Securities Limited (SSL) fraud scandal quickly unravelling over the past few months, Bolt’s world was turned upside down. The former sprinter had over USD$12 million investment into the brokerage firm depleted to mere thousands. Amid the ongoing legal fallout and media frenzy, Bolt has tried to maintain a positive outlook, often sharing positive messages on social media.
On Friday, Bolt shared a photograph of himself joined by some of his friends and A-Team associates Briscobal, former professional Jamaican footballers Ian De Souza Goodison, and Ricardo “Bibi” Gardner, for whom Bolt has produced music on multiple occasions. The group recently voyaged to the United Kingdom and toured Old Trafford Stadium, home of Manchester United. The Olympic champion’s post was captioned with the phrase,
“Stolen Moments. Faith will not be Robbed.”
Bolt’s fans shared encouraging messages in the comment section, with one Instagram user writing, “Sorry for your loss man. The good thing is it’s only money. You have more earning power than most people in the world.”
The celebrated sprinter went on to share another photo of himself, noting in the caption that though he had been robbed along his journey, his destiny could not be stolen.
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