Published 08/11/2023 09:46
Rio – Luana Piovani, 47, demonstrated that she was not put off by the attacks from Ludmilla’s fans, 28, after criticizing the singer for allegedly forgetting the words to the National Anthem during her performance at the Formula 1 Grand Prix, in Interlagos. The presenter used social media this Wednesday to reflect and claimed that she will continue to “shine”.
“For those who are taking away my sleep, be careful, I am chosen by the Father, the harvest will not be good at all. I am taking care of everything, as always, but I know that up front I will think: ‘it took a while, but it always arrives… Only think, of course”, began the blonde through stories.
“I will continue to shine, taking care of my garden”, assured the actress, who had also shared the thoughts of the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, who said: “I have died many times. Then I take a deep breath, wash my face, move on. It’s not easy to die, it is difficult to be reborn, to pretend to be the sun, to blind the moon, to drink the sea. It would be detestable to have the cowardice of those who killed me. I continue to be reborn, they remain cowards.”
On Monday, after the release of the video in which Ludmilla seemed to forget the lyrics to the Anthem, the singer explained that it was all just a technical failure. “It was really cool! There was just a sound flaw at the beginning, but in the end, we got it right and rocked it. It was great! Thank you to everyone who sent messages and supported us. It was beautiful,” she wrote at the time.