C. Tangana on the dean of the Cathedral of Toledo: "It's a shame but he knows how the Church works"

The singers C. Tangana and Nathy Peluso have starred in a live show on Tuesday Instagram for the account of Billboard Latino in which they have referred to the controversy arising from the recording of the video clip ‘Ateo’ in the Cathedral of Toledo, which opened a deep breach within the Toledo Church and which has resulted in the resignation of Dean Juan Miguel Ferrer.

As soon as the interview began, the Madrid artist was questioned about Ferrer’s dismissal by the journalist Leila Cobo, who led the talk. C. Tangana he has acknowledged giving him “sorrow” the hasty dismissal of the dean although he has added: “I suppose that he better than anyone knows how the Church works.” In the same way, he has recognized that, from his point of view, the ecclesiastical hierarchy had “an opportunity to say something nice, modern, tolerant; and it has not been like that.”

“My idea was to show that the censorship that we do right now in the networks is much greater than the classic censorships like that of the Church and, in the end, it turns out that I believed that we were more modern than we are “, the artist has argued.

A video “with a lot of love”

Tangana from Madrid and Peluso from Barcelona have coincided in cataloging the video clip as “nice” and made “with a lot of love”. In this sense, Argentina has pointed out that “The focus was not to disrespect or trigger the resignation of anyone”, although he has recognized that “perspectives can be subjective.”

Both artists have also agreed, pointing to social networks as a multiplier of the controversy. “I think the noise that has been generated in social networks is more than the video itself“, has reflected the co-star of” Atheist “.

The full video of the interview online that have starred C. Tangana and Nathy Peluso can be seen here:

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