Mexico City.– Barbara de Regil She has positioned herself as one of the most prominent celebrities of the moment, however, not everything has been rosy in her life due to the various controversies that she stars in every day. Such was the case with her recent and alleged comment about the LGBTQ + Community.
It turns out that the Mexican artist was criticized in networks for an alleged publication in Twitter which pointed to the heterosexual they were better company than gays. According to the tweet, Bárbara de Regil argued that with gay people she could only talk about issues focused on their orientation, but not about other issues.
With gays you can only talk about dredges, transvestites and pop singers. With straight people you can talk about art, music, social sciences, politics, astronomy, medicine, etc. The heteros are much better company”.
However, this comment does not appear on his official networks, so various Internet users mentioned that he could delete it hours before it became more viral. That is why now the protagonist of ‘Cabo’ comes out to clarify the controversy, but not before defending herself against the attacks of a hater who called her “disgusting” after her supposed publication on Twitter.
Haters, bye no hair, but this is a reflective message for everyone, you decided to attack me by calling me disgusting, for thinking that I wrote something that I did not write, “he commented on his Instagram stories.
He added: “One, I feel far above it, I already do this, it peels me, nothing affects me, nothing steals my peace, but a year ago reading a message like this that called me disgusting, I would have started crying ”.
Barbara did not elaborate on the tweet, however, she assured that she had not written it and invited the Internet user who attacked her to invest time in it: “There are many people who are affected, why do you do it? Why don’t you invest time in building something for yourself? I guess you’re wrong and you want others to feel bad. Everything with love respects others,” concluded the actress.