Ex-BBB said a man was bothered by the fact that he was dancing while filling up his car
The ex BBB Gil do Vigor reported this Monday 6 on social networks that he was a victim of homophobia at a gas station. For the simple fact that he was dancing, he was coerced by a man passing by. “While I was filling up the car, I danced (I always do), a man passed the car next to me, opened the window and made a gun sign as if he was shooting at me, but without the gun, just the gesture. I was scared at the time, but then I understood what happened! Prejudice kills,” wrote the economist, who is doing his PhD in the US. “People are offended by the fact that we exist. My dream is to one day live in a safe world for ‘all’.” O ex BBB received support. “We get scared, but we will never lose the part,” one person commented. ‘I’m sorry, Gil! They will never win our right to exist,” wrote another. “Watch out, Gil, it’s worse there than here,” another added.
Recently, the economist was called a “caricature fagot” by Fred Nicácio on “BBB 23”. The doctor’s statement had a negative impact on social media and the former participant in the “BB21decided to speak out. In videos published on social networks, the economist said that Brazil liked him not because he was a caricature, but because he was “sincere, honest, a dog, academic, researcher, religious and missionary”. “Of all my characteristics, one is that I was queer, that I managed to accept myself and introduce myself in a reality show,” said the ex-BBB, who was 29 years old when he entered the most watched house in Brazil .
People are offended by the fact that we exist. My dream is to one day live in a safe world for everyone!
— GIL DO POWER (@GilDoVigor) February 7, 2023
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