"I am wrong": Dady Brieva's justification for a homophobic comment

Dady Brieva fired the controversy on his radio program after PASO 2021, angry at the unfavorable results for the ruling party. One of the referents of the entertainment world who never hesitated to establish his political position – and that earned him attacks on his work – fired at the Government and launched a comment interpreted as homophobic.

The former Midachi raised the idea of ​​understanding why the country made a clear difference with respect to the last elections of 2019. However, then he gave way to comments that had little to do with the political sphere he left on Sunday, within the framework of at least a questionable analogy.

With unhappy words that he himself remarked a few seconds later, he assured that in any case he should “change his option” in reference to homosexuality because “I get on badly” with his wife. Then he changed his words to slightly less aggressive ones, but the message was the same.

At the time when his roommates tried to stop him from sinking further into what he can give off in a complaint from those who felt attacked, Dady clarified that his message was understood despite the fact that it is “incorrect.” A few seconds later, he returned to the million-dollar question about why the electorate turned mostly across the country for the party led by Mauricio Macri.

Before finalizing his discharge, he demanded from the current president of Argentina some urgent changes in his cabinet for now and not for after November as is supposed, it was planned.

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