Casimiro is criticized for praising Neymar and reacts: “I was wrong”

Casimiro is criticized for praising Neymar and reacts: “I was wrong”
Casimiro is criticized for praising Neymar and reacts: “I was wrong”
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Casimiro apologized after reacting strongly to a post in which he received criticism for praising Neymar Jr.

April 2, 2024, 7:33 am

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247 – Casimiro apologized after reacting forcefully to a post in which he received criticism for praising Neymar Jr. A page called “Pagodinha Zeca” asked him to stop praising the player because of his connection with Daniel Alves, convicted of sexual assault in Spain. “I beg, I BEG Casimiro and TV Cazé – which I have always praised – for them to stop separating the author from the work and stop praising Neymar on their television. He helped prosecute a rapist. Enough, it’s done. Limits,” the post said.

“This made me feel really bad and meant that, when I got home and opened my live stream, I talked about the post angrily and in a rude way, mixing topics and leaving the real and important topic of the text aside, generating a flood of unacceptable responses to the original post. I sincerely apologize to the girl whose night was ruined by this. I ended up only responding to the insults linked to the post and not the post itself, which was a fair comment on our work. I made a mistake and caused this, when I could have just absorbed the criticism that came in a polite and meaningful way. I’ve been fucking wrong lately, but I’m going to correct that”, declared Casimiro.

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