Paulo Gustavo’s mother shares a post she calls ‘assassin’ who encourages non-use of the mask

Déa Lúcia Vieira Amaral, mother of the actor Paulo Gustavo, shared a post on Instagram that criticizes those who argue that it is not necessary to wear a face mask in Brazil. “A warning: whoever told you to stop wearing the mask during an uncontrolled pandemic is a killer. Get away, cut off relationships. It’s no good”, says the post made by a follower on Twitter. By publishing a print of the post on her Instagram, the mother of the interpreter of Dona Hermínia wrote in the caption: “I sign below. Wear a mask, friends.” Déa is one of several Brazilian women who lost a family member to Covid-19. Paulo Gustavo, his son, died of complications from the disease on May 4 this year, in Rio de Janeiro, at 42 years of age. The artist’s death shocked Brazil and he received countless tributes, such as a street in Niterói, a region where he grew up with his family, which started to bear his name. Paulo Gustavo was hospitalized at Copa Star Hospital for almost two months and, during this period, he had to undergo various types of treatments and surgeries, but his lung was very compromised by the disease. he was married to the doctor Thales Bretas and left two children, Romeo and Gael, both under the age of two. The great milestone of his career was the show “My mother is a piece”, which won three successful film adaptations.

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