Jair Bolsonaro’s anti-gay comment on the Minister of Culture

The President of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, highlighted the heterosexuality of the Minister of Culture, Mario Frias, “despite” being an actor in a soap opera, highlighting the international press regarding the anti-gay comment of the Brazilian President. He later said to Frias, “I have praised you, calm down, I have praised you.”

And he did so in Bahrain, which is one of the stops of his tour in some Arab Gulf countries, during the signing of a series of bilateral cooperation agreements in cultural affairs. Later, the entire sequence of events was announced by Frias’ megaphone.

Bolsonaro and some of his entourage – including his wife Michelle and son Flavio – began joking about Frias’ past as an actor, according to a video he himself posted on social media.

Who would say, huh? Coming from “Malhação” (folk telenovela), Flávio Bolsonaro started the joke.

At the time, the president, who was speaking with a local official, broke protocol by laughing and emphasizing that “Nevertheless, Frias is straight,” which drew applause from those present, according to Europe News Agency. Journalism.


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