Shocked, Rodrigo Bocardi says live that he is thinking of giving up the ‘Bom Dia SP’; know the reason

Presenter became emotional when he told about the death of a writing colleague, who had a heart attack at the age of 55

Reproduction / GlobeRodrigo Bocardi became emotional when he spoke about the death of his writing colleague

the journalist Rodrigo Bocardi revealed this Wednesday, the 21st, that he is considering giving up running “Bom Dia SP” by paying a live tribute to the journalist Wagner Vallimwho coordinated the research team for the morning paper of the Globe. He died at the age of 55 after a massive heart attack. Bocardi made no secret of his grief when he spoke to viewers about the matter. “It wasn’t easy for me, it’s not easy for our team,” he said. “We have lost a very dear writing friend.” The anchor of “Good morning SP” defined his writing colleague as a “tireless journalist” who was “always looking for the right investigation”. “I’m delighted because I started my career here, not here at Globo, but in the investigation,” said Bocardi, who also gave details of his last meeting with Vallim in the newsroom. “Our schedules didn’t match very well. He asked for a photo and said, ‘Rodrigo, you’re not giving up, you’re representing us. The importance of ‘Bom Dia SP’, do you know what it means in everyone’s life?’. I said, ‘Vallim, you can’t. I’m thinking about giving up, it’s hard’. He always said, ‘Journalism is courage’. Challenge me,” said the journalist. “The pressure is too great, I often think about giving up and taking his word” [Vallim] no! Persevere, resist, we must’. And here we are and here we will be.”

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