Patricia Maldonado added another controversy in her career, as she now devoted harsh words against deputies Camila Vallejo and Karola Cariola, passing through the Copihue de Oro with the Mapuche flag and shirts Gladys Marin and Pedro Lembel.
Remember that a few days ago, when awarding Copihue awards, deputies wore a different look than we usually see on behalf of celebrities. The images of the deceased leader and writer who died in 2015 in their clothes did not go unnoticed. At least it was obvious after Great taste tell about this participation.
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It was in his radio program with Rakel Argandonya that Patricia Maldonado pulled out heavy artillery and went into a tailspin against the deputies of the Communist Party.
“Do you know who was, and this one appeared with a shirt Gladys Marin? Karol Cariola and Camila Vallejo. The question of a million is this: they are two deputies who cannot stand the show, that they believe that this whole world is the worst of all, because they are deputies, and they are smart, they are at a different level, we are all … What did they eat there? This is a question that I ask myself, and they went through the red carpet! ", left singer comment.
Maldonado accused that there were many “double standards” in his participation, and that his time on the red carpet was really “embarrassing”. But that's not all, because he used the reference to the fact that he took the image of Gladys.
“I'm sorry Gladys Marin, because it was real, it was not a lie. Gladys Marin is not a floating floor, all these pinganillas are a floating floor, nothing else. They are good perfumes, iPhones, expensive creams, hairdressers from the neighborhood, because they will not go to La Pintana to be painted. They go to Kachagua in the summer or go to Miami first. To Cartagena, crazy Raquel! Cartagena is broken! They are not going to go, " were furious arrows of the panelist.
The last sentence in which he sentenced his words was that “People should start to understand that they are selling us a pile of cucumbers … I didn’t, I didn’t sell them to me a long time ago.”
Do you agree with his words?