Laura Pausini and a harsh message against Diego Maradona that he later deleted


Laura Pausini criticized Diego Maradona on her social networks and then deleted the tweet. The Italian singer had complained that the farewell of the idol had been news and not that of many battered women.

“In Italy today the farewell of a man who was undoubtedly very good at playing football, but very little appreciable for a thousand personal things that have been made public, is more news than the farewell of many battered, violated and abused women”, wrote and added: “Today they are not the most important news in this country, although this morning we lost another two. I really don’t know what to think. “

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Immediately the Italian singer became a trend in social networks and before the criticism she received, she deleted her tweet. Their posts had to do with the fact that November 25 was the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

His colleague Fiorella Mannoia replied: “If Michael Jackson had died yesterday, the same thing would have happened. When men are so loved all over the world it is logical that this happens. He did not choose to die on World Day Against Femicide. Enough with this vulgar controversy ”.

After deleting his messages, Pausini did not refer to the Napoli idol again. That same day he had made an extensive post on Instagram in support of women victims of violence: “Our homes, which we all experience as the only safe place, may now be the most dangerous in the world for many women.”

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“This day is to encourage all women (but also friends and family who know the situation) to always report any act of violence, abuse or stalking. We put ourselves and respect for our dignity and values ​​first. Let’s say STOP violence against women! Make yourself feel strong! ”He continued.

The news of the death of Diego Maradona last Wednesday, the soccer star received countless tributes around the world and Italaia was one of the epicenters of the tributes, since in Napoli, where he played between 1984 and 1992, he is considered a hero and adored by all.

This weekend in the run-up to the Serie A match against Roma, the southern Italian institution honored the footballer who led him to numerous titles and led him to glory. Already in the warm-up before the meeting, the screens of the San Paolo stadium showed videos and photos of Diez during his time at the club

Lorenzo Insigne, captain of the Neapolitan team, entered with a huge bouquet of flowers as an offering and then the team entered the field with a shirt with a special design in light blue and white, as in the flag of Argentina. After the draw with the referees, Insigne placed a house with the number 10 on the field of play and all the players positioned themselves around the center circle. During the minute of silence, a photo of the Ten was projected on the empty stands (due to the measure available to play behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic), together with the year 1960 and the symbol of infinity.

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