Bruno Gagliasso used social media this Tuesday (14) to share that he took his 8-year-old son Bless to a Candomblé terreiro for the first time. On Instagram, the actor revealed that he has been going to Ilê Axé Opo Aganju, located in Lauro de Freitas, Metropolitan Region of Salvador, for years.
In the records shared by the actor on Instagram, it is also possible to see the Secretary of Culture of the capital of Bahia, Pedro Tourinho. The authority also adheres to African-based religion.
They have been enjoying rest days in Bahia since the beginning of the month. Gagliasso disembarked in Salvador alongside Titi and Bless. The couple’s firstborn was not seen during the visit.
“Yesterday we came to Salvador, I brought my son Bless to come for the first time to the Candomblé terreiro that I have been going to for a few years, Ilê Axé Opo Aganju, owned by my father Obarayi”, he wrote.
“The night, which would have been exciting because of this, became even more special, as I received the honor of being suspended Ogã de Oxossi in the house. An emotional joy and the feeling that I am just beginning a beautiful journey of learning and axé. Okê Arô Oxossi”, he added.
Ilê Axé Opô Aganju, a Candomblé terreiro located in Alto da Vila Praiana, in Lauro de Freitas, was founded in 1966. The place is listed by the Artistic and Cultural Heritage Institute IPAC Decree 9495/05. The terreiro is run by the babalorixá Balbino from Xangô, Obaraim. See the video below: