The Venezuelan has traveled to Barcelona and has reacted badly to questions about Rocío Carrasco or Miguel Bosé
Friend of Miguel Bosé for years, he worked with Antonio David Flores in ‘Crónicas Marcianas’
Boris Izaguirre He has traveled to Barcelona, but not to celebrate San Jordi or International Book Day. The Venezuelan, who has been seen at the airport, has not wanted to give details of his trip to Barcelona, nor did he want to answer the questions of the reporter who was present there. Uncommon has turned out the writer’s reaction, that instead of serving the journalist with the kindness and good humor that characterize her so much, he has been somewhat brusque and has come to question the professional’s accreditation.
The showman is reluctant to explain the reasons for his trip, which are understood to be professionals due to the mobility restrictions existing between communities. But also to comment on two of the hottest current issues in our country: the controversial interview with his friend Miguel Bosé and the Telecinco docuseries ‘Rocío Carrasco: Telling the truth to stay alive’.
“I am not going to give any statement. Are you accredited? Do you have a journalist card? Are you a journalist? Well, I am not going to answer you. And I would be grateful, please, if you did not follow me,” says the gathering with the face of few friends. “I have no opinion”, he adds about the controversial interview of the singer of Como un lobo, of whom he has spoken publicly on other occasions, although in a reserved way.
When it comes to Rocío Carrasco, Boris Izaguirre could have a well-formed opinion about the documentary that has divided Spain. The Venezuelan witnessed the attitudes and behaviors of Antonio David Flores at the time that the daughter of ‘The greatest’ denounces in her story, since both were table companions in the program ‘Crónicas Marcianas’. “I also have no opinion,” he comments on the docu-series. “Nor do I have any opinion,” he adds again after asking him about what he experienced with Rociíto’s ex-husband in the aforementioned program.
After these questions. Boris stops short and turns around quite annoyed to try to end the match. “I have no opinion on any of the questions you want to ask me”he says before thanking him and continuing on his way.
Najwa Nimri and other celebrities who have had run-ins with the press
Boris Izaguirre was not the first, nor is he probably the last famous person, to have an unpleasant encounter with a journalist. One of the last was la actriz Nawja Nimri, who after returning to Madrid from the Goya Awards gala, held in Malaga, ended up threatening and attacking the reporters who were outside the Atocha train station. The niece of King Felipe VI, Victoria Federica, Isabel Pantoja or Zidedine Zidane are other of the many celebrities who have not been able to control themselves in the presence of a camera.