Betty Faria responds to an attack on a social network: "How angry"

Betty Faria responds to an attack on a social network: "How angry"

Betty Faria was attacked on a social network and responded this Monday (16). A man used the actress’ cover in Playboy magazine in the 1980s to verbally attack her, accusing her of joining “the left” to keep her from living in the Retiro dos Artistas a retirement home in Rio de Janeiro . Today, at the age of 81, the artist promptly responded to the hater and received the support of celebrities.

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“The clock of time is inexorable. Yesterday, a jerk inspiration. An actress outlawed today… She clung to the left to no longer be a resident of Retiro dos Artistas,” wrote a Twitter user on Monday (16).

Betty Faria consciously reacted to the attack: “Guys, this poor guy is full of rage and knows nothing. Light and Block”. Afterwards he added: “Poor fellow, how angry! Unlucky Block”. Hours after the fallout from the fall, the original tweet insulting the artist was deleted from the social network for violating the rules.

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After commenting on the attack, the celebrity received support from celebrities. “Diva!” wrote journalist Rachel Sheherazade. “Wow, Betty, what a disgusting guy,” scolded reporter Marina Lang. “Total block! Wonderful muse Betty!” Telenovela director Maria de Médicis praised.

Betty also shared tweets from anonymous people who came to her defense including: “What a disgusting little fella”, “He’s a poor unloved thing! Ignore it!”, “Whatever, you will always be our muse! And he’ll continue to depend on magazines to meet p… Because that’s not what a real woman there should want.” Check the posts:

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Betty Faria responds to an attack on a social network: \

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Betty Faria has been away from soap operas since A Dona do Pedaço (2019) and a notable participation in Salvese Quem Puder (2020) on Globo. After a hiatus in recent years due to the Covid19 pandemic, she is continuing projects to be released in cinemas.