December 5, 2022
Apoiador de Jair Bolsonaro (PL), o cantor usou o Twitter para se mostrar crítico ao discurso do presidente vitorioso Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) -  (crédito: Bob Paulino/TV Globo)

Bolsonaro supporter, Latino calls Lula voters “misguided”

Posted on 10/31/2022 23:07

A supporter of Jair Bolsonaro (PL), the singer used Twitter to criticize the speech of Victorious President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) – (Credit: Bob Paulino/TV Globo)

The Latin singer, who was famous for the hits that rocked the beginning of the year 2000, became famous for the faltering of the Portuguese language, after the results of the presidential elections, last Sunday (30/10). A supporter of Jair Bolsonaro (PL), the singer used Twitter to criticize the speech of Victorious President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT).

Latin misspelled the word "ignorance"
misspelling Latin for “unfamiliar”
(Photo: Playback / Twitter)

However, a Latin misspelled the word “disinformed,” which means a person or thing devoid of information. Instead of following the Portuguese language, the singer wrote: “desenformado”.

Lamenting Bolsonaro’s Defeat

In the music business, Latino wasn’t the only one who did it Lamenting Lula’s victory over Bolsonaro. After the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) informed that Labor would be the new President of the Republic, effective January 1, 2023, singer Ze Neto, of the country duo Ze Neto and Cristiano, used Instagram to express his displeasure with the victory. Lola.

“Unfortunately, the president we (Bolsonaro) supported and who we thought would be the best to lose Brazil. Now, Lula is there again. Now, there is no point in crying, because we live in a democratic country, so let’s respect democracy and pray to God to guard us and wish for Lula government good isn’t it?

Another musician who was disappointed with the results of the polls, Roger Moreira, of the band Ultraje a Rigor, spoke out against Lula.

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