After a long period of absence on his main channel and medium of work, social networks, Santi Maratia spoke again to his 3.5 million followers on Instagram, this Sunday morning, but he did so with a strong defense and explanations for what happened.
It's his fundraiser Santi Maratia Last year to raise money for a fund opened to save the finances of the club Independiente Avellaneda, brought a lot of criticism for the influencer, who distanced himself from the networks and resurfaced this weekend with harsh criticism of Diego Brancatelli.
After deleting his old posts, the influencer resurfaced with a photo on January 11, collaborating, while leaving two photos from 2022: one showing him partying with a glass of beer in his hand in some neighborhood of Buenos Aires and the other on the cover of Gente with Susana Giménez
But he appeared again on Sunday afternoon through long stories on Instagram in which he talked about an alleged campaign organized by the previous government, through political and journalistic operations, and pointed directly against Diego Brancatelli As one of her heroes.
“All those people who ask 'Where is Maratea now', and when you go to their profile, they are Kirchner followers. Friends, if you are a Kirchner follower, you will not be able to escape the question 'Where are you now', because one of the main reasons why I disappeared a little About the networks and the media is the media operetta that was against me last year. It was terrible. “It burned my head,” he explained.
He shot the caller as: “Journalists love Diego BrancatelliAnd the media like El Destape and C5N… all people who got money from the government. Why? He added: “To confirm the lies.” Santi Maratia Which embodied the journalist's actions in a completely special way.
“Then I saw him Diego Brancatelli In Qatar, Dubai, New York… he looked like fat Tinie Stossel, for what money? With state funds that they were using to work against certain people. “The media and institutional operetta that Kirchnerism created against me, with money from the state… So suck my dick well…” he fumed, adding more examples of the persecution he suffered from public organizations like the AFIP association, from the AGIP, and the IGJ.
“I had to stand alongside Charo Lopez, Martin Garabal and other people… who attacked me, saying that I was anti-politics, because the state had to take care of that. “You had a president who stopped the sanctions in Miramar,” he added, saying that after he managed to gather 200 million pesos to equip fire stations, the President instituted a “donation tax” at the end of the same week.