In Spain, there is a storm around Vinicius Jr. The self-interested person made a very strong statement. – I fell victim to xenophobia and racism – says the Brazilian.
Vinicius used to dance after his goals. Pedro Bravo, president of the Spanish Agents Association, doesn’t like this. The man said it was a lack of respect for his opponents. – You have to stop playing monkey – Burst.
“As long as the color of the skin is more important than the luster of the eyes, there will be war.” I have this sentence tattooed on my body. I still have that thought in my head. And I present a position that turns this philosophy into reality Vinicius confirms.
– They say happiness interferes. The happiness of a successful black Brazilian in Europe hurts much more. But my will to win, my smile and the sparkle in my eyes is much greater Real Madrid player confirms.
I fell victim to xenophobia and racism in one statement. However, none of this started yesterday. A few weeks ago my dances began to be criticized. Dances that don’t belong to me. These are the dances of Ronaldinho, Neymar, Paqueta, Griezmann, Joao Felix, Matthews Cunha. These are the dances of funk artists, Brazilian samba dancers, reggaeton singers and black Americans. These are dances that celebrate the cultural diversity of the world. Accept and respect him. I will not stop – Notice the Brazilian.
– I don’t usually speak frankly to face criticism. Don’t say anything after that. And I don’t talk when I’m being praised. I work a lot on and off the field. I have developed an app that helps educate children in public schools. I am building a school. And I will do a lot for education, to fight racists and xenophobia. I always try to be a professional and a perfect citizen. However, this does not generate clicks, it is not a trend on the Internet. Cowards put problems to attack me – He said.
– Everything always ends with an apology and a text: “I was misunderstood.” Once again racist: I won’t stop dancing! At the Sambodrome, at the Bernabéu, wherever I like Vinicius concluded.
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