February 28, 2024

“To say I’ve lost my voice is too bad”; Zezé Di Camargo returns to comment on the criticisms regarding the defects in his voice


“The video is a treble moment that only women can sing,” the singer explained.

Zezé Di Camargo returns to comment on criticisms of his voice
Zezé Di Camargo returns to comment on criticisms of his voice

Zizi de Camargo He decided to speak again about the criticism he received for his voice defects. After being recorded singing with a broken voice on the show, the singer stated that it is a common scenario not only for him, but for many other artists who have worked with music for decades.

“It is normal for the voice to fail in a human being who sings on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. In my defense, I can say that I do not synchronize with the speech. The video is a moment where I triple showed that only women can sing,” the sertanejo singer explained during an interview with Veja magazine.

photo: Instagram/Zezé Di Camargo

The artist also commented on the context of the footage and reported the cruelty on the part of the person who made the video go viral: “Someone filmed it and said my voice was gone. With very rare exceptions, every singer’s voice can fail. To say I have lost my voice is a very great evil,” lamented.

The singer was also frustrated by the fact that he only mentioned his shortcomings, ignoring his good deeds. “No one says that Zizi de Camargo is an ambassador for Baritos Cancer Hospital and that he has donated millions of reais there. They don’t even talk about the twelve homes that I donated to needy families.”he complained.

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