At BBB, Ludmilla says “Respect our hair” after Rodolffo’s comment – POPline

At BBB, Ludmilla says “Respect our hair” after Rodolffo’s comment – POPline
At BBB, Ludmilla says “Respect our hair” after Rodolffo’s comment – POPline

Ludmilla was the musical attraction invited to rock the party this Saturday (3) at Big Brother Brasil. The singer opened her show causing a frisson in the brothers and presenting her hit “Fala Mal de Mim”, but what caught the attention was a message from the artist home.

Even without mentioning the episode, Ludmilla made reference to the comment of Rodolffo about João Luiz’s hair. Before singing “Favela Chegou”, the singer said: “Respect our funk, respect our color and respect our hair”. João Luiz and Camilla de Lucas were thrilled with the artist’s words. Earlier, Rodolffo compared the “caveman” wig, punishment of the monster, with the hairdo of his confinement colleague, causing revolt in the reality audience and discomfort in the geography teacher.

Ludmilla had already shown solidarity with João on his Twitter. “João, a lot of strength at that moment, your black is beautiful! It is very difficult to go through situations like this, but we must always keep our heads up and have an active voice so that they respect us. JOÃO LUIZ MERECE RESPEITO ”, wrote the funkeira on the social network.

The entrance of the singer in the most watched house in Brazil happens in the same week that Val Marchiori won a process of racism moved by the singer, involving a speech about Ludmilla’s hair.

Understand the legal fight

Val Marchiori appealed to the court and won the case brought against her by Ludmilla. The singer filed the lawsuit in 2016, after the socialite said on TV that her hair “looked like Bombril”. Sought by POPline, Ludmilla declared:

“I will not give up and it is not just for me. I have visibility, I have evidence and I’m still going through it. Imagine who is anonymous? I cannot and we cannot give up ”.

The singer’s press office said that “It is unfortunate that whiteness celebrates the horror that is racism”. The legal team of Ludmilla is analyzing the decision of the Court for an eventual appeal.

Check the full note of the advisory:

We received with surprise the information that after being called “Bombril’s Hair” and winning a lawsuit, Val Marchiori appealed and won the lawsuit and we inform that the artist’s legal counsel is analyzing the decision for an eventual appeal.

It is also unfortunate that the defendant celebrates a victory over prejudice as she has been doing on her social networks. It is unfortunate that whiteness celebrates the horror that is racism. This decision shows how difficult it is to fight against the racism that affects all the structures of the country.

Finally, Ludmilla, who, as is known, is systematically the victim of crimes of racial injury, reiterates that he will never give up fighting for his rights and his own. “I will not give up and it is not just for me. I have visibility, I have evidence and I’m still going through it. Imagine who is anonymous? I cannot and we cannot give up ”.

Turnaround in the case

In 2020, socialite Val Marchiori had been ordered by the 3rd Civil Court of Ilha do Governador, in Rio de Janeiro, to pay R $ 30 thousand in compensation to Ludmilla. Val appealed this sentence and has now emerged victorious on the grounds of “freedom of expression”.

“In spite of the fact that an observation of an acid nature was made, conveying an opinion in a tone of harsh criticism, it is not possible to extract from the above facts any intention to disqualify or offend the author due to her skin color, nor to ridicule her. or disparage the person. What we see, in fact, is that the appellant’s conduct is part of the exercise of her right to criticism, derived from the freedom of information and expression ”, says an excerpt from the decision.

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