María Patiño has not been able to bite her tongue in ‘Socialite’. Taking advantage of the fact that this April 24 the mother of Nacho Palau, formerly of Miguel Bosé, attends ‘Saturday deluxe’, the current affairs program has decided to rescue an interview that the journalist Carlos Fuentes did with the singer this week on TéveCat. In this, the artist reaffirmed his position in denial of the coronavirus and, in addition, charged his friend Jordi Évole.

The talk that the communicator of La Sexta and Bosé had in ‘Lo de Évole’ continues to generate controversy several days after the second installment and last installment of the program was broadcast. Miguel accused him on the Catalan channel of “creating uncomfortable enclosures”, among other things. This Saturday, Patiño has taken the opportunity to lash out with force against the defender of the idea of ​​the “plandemic” around the virus.

Patiño: “The contrary effects to that interview have a person in charge, Miguel Bosé”

“Look, it’s just that I was standing on top of the chair,” the Telecinco host introduced, expressing her anger. “I’ll tell you. Let’s see, friendly journalists are friends, but above all they are journalists. They do not have to be patronizing and use friendship for what is convenient for us. The contrary effects to that interview have a person in charge and a name, which is Miguel Bosé. Not the interviewer, but the interviewee. ”

‘Socialité’ rescues an interview by Miguel Bosé. (Mediaset Spain)

María has assured that she is very comfortable in disagreement, especially with “deniers”, but always with respect: “It fascinates me to talk to people who think completely and radically different from me. But, do you know what I hate the most In this life? That when you do not think the same as they despise you, because you are a being manipulated. I am even aware that, when I do not think the same as a person, they consider me part of a herd “.

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“Just for not giving the ‘ok’ to the thought that some people try to implant in others. In this case, Bosé. Have I been clear, Giovanna?”He ended up asking his partner, the reporter Giovanna González. Minutes later, ‘Socialité’ has broadcast a part of the interview on TevéCat in which the singer was moved by remembering his mother, who died due to the coronavirus in March 2020. To top it off, María Patiño has highlighted “tolerance” of Lucia Bosé

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