In Genesis, Morabi (Jairo Mattos) will be inspired by Nazaré Tedesco (Renata Sorrah) from Senhora do Destino (2004) to end an enemy. Envious, the priest of Record’s unpublished novel will throw Kissare (Norival Rizzo) from the stairs of Ur’s temple to see his rival go straight to “the top floor”.
The intrigue between them will happen this Monday (22) in the biblical booklet. Increasingly obsessed with taking the high priest’s post, Nidana’s ally (Julianne Trevisol) will have no qualms about killing his rival in public.
“I am a threat to you, I know your weakness. His name is Nadi [Camila Rodrigues]”, Jairo Mattos’ character will start, artful. The veteran will not give his rival a leash and will ask him to shut up.
Kissare (Norival Rizzo) fwill be injured after the attack
“I am tired of your bravado, Morabi. Leave me alone once and for all,” replied the high priest, nervously. The villain will not care about the complaints of the spiritual leader and will throw him down the stairs in the temple of Ur.
The religious will be seriously injured in the ambush of the antagonist and will quickly be helped by passers-by. Unfortunately for the villain, Kissare will be able to survive the fall and regain consciousness soon after undergoing a delicate procedure.
However, King Ibbi-Sim’s confidant (Felipe Roque) will not remember the conflict with the enemy before the fall and, for now, the man will be free.
For those who do not remember, the villain of Renata Sorrah in the global novel written by Aguinaldo Silva and which aired in 2004 had as a blood feature to make victims pushing them from the stairs of the house where she lived with her family. She killed her husband like that.
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