The singer Ludmilla led the show at the BBB 21 party, on Saturday night (3), and sent a message against prejudice and racism. In her performance, she asked for respect before starting one of the songs.
In social networks, the statement was understood as a response to the racist situation involving professor João Luiz.
“The next song I’m going to sing now talks about something the world needs, which is respect. It respects our funk, it respects our color, it respects our hair. It respects, c *****”, he said, as he introduced himself.
The sentence generated an immediate response from the brother and the influencer Camilla de Lucas. Upon hearing, Camilla shouted and hugged João.
This Saturday afternoon, country singer Rodolffo was accused of racism on social media for a comment on João Luiz’s hair. At the time, he compared the Monster Punishment wig – a ‘caveman’ costume – to the teacher’s hair.
Afterwards, João cried and vented with Camila.
“I was very uncomfortable and I couldn’t say I didn’t think it was cool. I think he didn’t even realize that I didn’t think it was cool. It was boring, very boring. said.
On social media, users also interpreted Ludmilla’s attitude as a response to the Justice’s decision in a lawsuit against socialite Val Marchiori.
In 2016, Val Marchiori shared Ludmilla’s hair in ‘bombril’. However, last week, the court accepted the appeal of the socialite, moved after being convicted of moral damages. Ludmilla can still appeal.
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