“First he insulted homosexuals, then he understood that he could sell them his enameled nails” – Libero Quotidiano

“First he insulted homosexuals, then he understood that he could sell them his enameled nails” – Libero Quotidiano
“First he insulted homosexuals, then he understood that he could sell them his enameled nails” – Libero Quotidiano

Another shot by Vittorio Sgarbi a Fedez. All the fault of the singer’s anti-League statements at the May Day Concert. For the occasion, the rapper husband of Chiara Ferragni he had criticized Il Carroccio, guilty of not wanting to approve the bill against homotransphobia. Too bad, however, that in addition to the fuss, Fedez has to deal with the past. The same one in which Tiziano Ferro laughed, now married to a man. Enough to unleash the art critic who chirps on Twitter: “Fedez and the phrases against homosexuals: ‘I was wrong: years ago I was more ignorant’. Then, however, he understood that he could sell his enamel nails. “ And in fact, the husband of the most famous influencer defends nail polish on men as well. Was it a coincidence or just because he launched his new nail polish line? Who knows, it is certain that the singer’s exit against the League did not go down well for Sgarbi.

A few days ago, after May 1st, he attacked: “If you decide to participate in the May Day concert, talk about work, you don’t hold a rally to attack your opponents. Otherwise, your role is not that of the artist, but of a militant who uses the public service to propagate his own political ideas. “And again, ironic but up to a certain point:”The good thing about Fedez is Ferragni“.

Yet there was someone in defense of the rapper. So much so that under his comment someone replied: “It’s not true, he has grown a lot and proves to be intelligent”, chirped an Internet user while another admitted; Fedez is a brave boy, intelligent, he tells the truth, he doesn’t mince words, he does charity … Those like Fedez are welcome. “

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