This Monday, Save me ended up with Antonio Montero leaving the set after calling Rocío Carrasco a “bad mother”, comment that made Carlota Corredera will explode and he wanted to leave, although in the end he was the one who offered to leave.
And it is that, after 13 episodes of the documentary series in which the protagonist has related, with evidence, the hell she has suffered, many are the gatherings who, practically from the beginning, have made an examination of conscience. Some like Belén Esteban or Kiko Hernández have sorry for having collaborated in that media derision for 20 years and they have considered that they should not and are not anyone to call her a “bad mother”, one of the disqualifications that have sounded the most.
Thus, Carlota Sliding, presenter of Rocío, tell the truth to stay alive and a great defender of feminism, did not consent to Antonio Montero pronounce those words and what I would collaborate with that media violence again persistent towards her: “I am not going to allow this man to take the luxury of calling Rocío Carrasco a bad mother in front of me, after everything we have said.”
It is unknown to what extent this event will have significance in the continuity of Antonio Montero in Save me, but, a few hours from presenting the latest installment of the documentary series in which Rocío Carrasco will give a live interview, Carlota Corredera has made her position clear regarding certain comments.
“Not all opinions are respectable: 0 tolerance with racist, homophobic, transphobic comments … and also with sexists“The journalist wrote on Instagram this Wednesday with the song With wings in the wind by Rocío Jurado.