For Clizia Incorvaia and Fernanda Lessa, Paola approached too Ciavarro: “succulent Plant”
Yesterday, just before dinner, Fernanda Lessa, and Clizia Incorvaia have decided to do a live on social to communicate with their fans ( this thing is slipping away really hands at all but that's okay...Maybe...). The two ladies have talked about what is going on in the last hours in the house of Big Brother VIP 4 and at a certain point the Incorvaia asked Fernanda what do you think of Paola Di Benedetto, who apparently in the last period would be a bit too close to Paul Ciavarro. “Honestly, what do you think” he asked for the Incorvaia to Fernanda. The Lessa, you spoke of a thing that you put there and is still, type ornament. “A succulent plant,” said the sicilian. “Very good in this period of time, fatty,” continued the Boiled alluding to the fact that Paola has gained a few pounds from when it is closed in the house of Big Brother VIP.
Words that in a few minutes, have sparked uproar on social media, with fans of Paola Di Benedetto ready to take the field to defend it, know the hurt and easy innuendo. “Careful with that understanding here is a casino, I intended to plant fat in the sense that they are there and just” pointed to Hazel as the Boil continued to smile.
On social that many viewers of the GF VIP4 have started to comment in direct hoping that Signorini, in the episode on Wednesday night monsters in Paola and also to Paul what the two women said. Many have pointed out that these comments are born from a feeling of envy that Hazel may have against Paola. Put even in doubt, the fact that Paola has approached Ciavarro forgetting of having a boyfriend, then it was the straw that broke the camel's back.
Later Fernanda and Clizia have tried to resize the thing, noting that it was irony, and that there was nothing offensive. But now perhaps, it is too late...Many viewers of GF VIP have even started to talk about two moms “that make bullying”.
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