JB Oliveira, Boninho, forbade Fiuk to smoke while he was doing the monster’s punishment at BBB21 for the first time this Friday (12). The actor contested the ban on the reality boss and complained: “That wasn’t in the monster, huh.” In addition to him, Camilla de Lucas was punished.
“Attention, no cigarettes,” exclaimed Boninho, before João Luiz Pedrosa approached Fiuk and took the cigarette out of the artist’s mouth, who did not like the ban.
When making the challenge, Ruy’s interpreter in A Força do Querer considered that there was no prohibition on smoking in the monster punishment rules read by Caio Afiune, winner of the angel’s test.
Fiuk and Camilla have to wear playing card costumes, a queen of hearts and a jack of spades. The pair still need to hold a cedar for the duration of the punishment, in addition to standing on platforms in the garden when the music plays.
Both will be released from punishment next Sunday (14), during the live program, just before the formation of the wall. The artist was very upset and even cried when he was punished by Caio, because he thought the two were partners.
This was not the first controversy regarding cigarettes in which Fiuk was involved in BBB21. Last Saturday (6), the musician asked Tiago Leifert if he could smoke outside the house during the realm of the angel, won by Carla Diaz.
“A little question, sorry to interrupt, like this … For people who have the habit of smoking and such … It would be allowed at least to smoke a cigarette”, asked the artist, who took one out of the presenter. “Ah Fiuk … Come on, draw,” cut the journalist. “Gee, man. It was bad, really. Sorry for the question,” replied Fiuk, embarrassed.
Fábio Jr.’s son became a joke on social media and was made fun of by Boninho. The head of reality shared the image of the artist smoking outside the house with a forbidden sign. “When you do not understand that you are in the test of the angel,” wrote the director of Globo in the caption.
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