Singer Anita blocks Brazilian President Bolsonaro on Twitter

Singer Anita blocks Brazilian President Bolsonaro on Twitter

The head of state mocked the star who raised the Brazilian flag during an appearance at the Coachella Festival in California.

Singer Anita Jair Bolsonaro has banned her Twitter account after the Brazilian president made sarcastic comments about the colors of the national flag she wore during her performance at the Coachella Festival in California. During the concert, the star invited rapper Snoop Dogg to join her on the stage.

“Ah boy, find yourself something to do, goAnita wrote in response to the tweet from the president before immediately blocking him and thus preventing him from interacting with her again. “I kicked him out so that his account admins can’t access my networks to spread viral on the internet.The singer, who is a vocal critic of the far-right Brazilian president, explained.

The Brazilian flag and its colors belong to all Brazilians. They represent all of Brazil. No one can match the meaning of the colors of our country’s flagThe singer had written on Twitter after her show, in which she appeared in the colors of her country: green, yellow and blue.

Jair Bolsonaro, the presidential candidate for the month of October, was quick to respond with a touch of sarcasm: “I agree with Anitta”Adding many sentiments and the flag of Brazil attracted the singer’s wrath.

“sTalk about it as little as possible»

From now on every artist who criticizes him ridicules him.She said. Our strategy should be to talk about it as little as possible“. “I take a stand as a citizen and as an artist,” the singer recently explained to AFP. And I will continue to do so, regardless of which government is in place. Under the current circumstances, Brazil needs a lot of changes, and above all a change of government.R “.

READ  From his first day in office, the new Chilean president has jostled...

Anitta, 29, has 16.7 million followers on Twitter, 17.9 million on Tik Tok, and 61.5 million on Instagram. His song “Envolver”, which was launched in November, has been listened to more than 71 million times on Spotify as it became No. 1 globally.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.