Mexico.- The businessman Ricardo Salinas Pliego lunged at communicator Joaquín López-Dóriga for criticizing the wiring in the streets from Mexico City, reminding him that thanks to that he has a job, so he asked him to “don’t be a clown and double standards“.

The discussion began with a post that López-Dóriga shared on Twitter. “Thus the modernity in the CDMX Colonia Napoles”, said the message next to the photo of a pole full of cables used to provide services such as internet, telephone and pay television.

The image reached the eyes of Salinas Pliego, who did not hesitate to criticize the communicator, pointing out that he earns money thanks to the services provided through these cables.

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Ahh but well that you earn money from the services that go through those cables. They represent thousands of digital services in Mexican homes. Do you want to remove them? “He questioned.

The owner of Grupo Elektra told the Radio Fórmula journalist that in order to remove the controversial cables that he dislikes so much, the following points should be addressed.

In the first place, the billionaire mentioned that it is necessary that the action does not affect the citizens who receive services through said wiring.

Ricardo Salinas then adds that it is the responsibility of the authority to grant the “right of way” to investors, that is, to provide infrastructure, be it light poles or underground, which they should rent to them.

However, the businessman reminded López-Dóriga that programs like the ones he directs are transmitted precisely through digital platforms that travel through cables, so he asked that “it is not double standards.”

Don’t be a clown and double standards. He doesn’t like them but they feed him, “the businessman told the journalist.

But the answer was not there, because the owner of Banco Azteca added with irony that the State must plan something different so that López-Dóriga “looks nice” and “likes it”, whom he called an “urban planning expert.”

And to make sure that his messages reached the eyes of the communicator, Salinas Pliego labeled him and asserted that “sometimes talking like an asshole is very easy.”

“It happened to me to label Mr. @lopezdoriga, new urban planner of #CDMX. I think he did not investigate well and sometimes talking like an asshole is very easy, but I am sure that the man does not work like that and that he was carried away by the photo without thinking that Without those cables, I would not be tweeting, “concluded the mogul.

The communicator did not sit idly by and did not take long to respond to the businessman, insinuating that his annoyance is due to the fact that he is one of those responsible for the visual pollution generated by the wiring with the facilities of his internet company, Totalplay.

“Thus the ‘modernity of Naples’. Putting on the coat and revealing the authorship of the landscape. Greetings without saying bullshit that you mention. Greetings @RicardoBSalinas,” he replied.

Salinas Pliego responded by asking him again “not to be a clown”, since it is the government that creates and develops these roads, for which he invited him to invest to “develop one that he likes”, to which López-Dóriga said that who should invest is him, entrepreneur.

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“I mean, @RicardoBSalinas, are we going to make a case for the visual contamination of the #CDMX? Invest yourself, who is the businessman. The clowns, you mention, make clowns. And they are very respectable. Greetings and this far I come. Sunday. Have a good time. “

And not happy with the answer, Ricardo Salinas Pliego, who does not exactly stand out for his spelling, made fun of the journalist’s misprint. “‘Many Sundays’ my professional communicator (of course I told him to take care of his tweets), you have ONLY 1 thing to do well, communicate, and look at nothing else”.

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