The rapper Projota criticized the obligation to do the X-Ray of the BBB21 on Tuesday morning (23). “I have never seen an X-ray in my life,” he said, referring to the moment when the reality show participants recorded daily videos for the public. The singer said he did not see relevance in this.
In conversation with João Luiz Pedrosa and Carla Diaz, the professor suggested that the production could let them do the processing during the night, since everyone is tired by the party of leader Sarah Andrade. The event took place on Monday (23) due to the final stretch of the Brasileirão, which changed the dates of Big Brother Brasil this week.
“Sometimes I question the importance of this business. The relevance, it goes … The importance does not. The relevance”, criticized Projota. When it came to recording his message and taking the temperature, however, the singer seemed to be more excited.
“First of all, Arthur is! After that historic, blessed night, where I heard so much rap in here. Brazilian rap, I can’t even count how many. That means a little that we are in a time of change. Here in the game the people are also in a period of change. A lot will happen here “, he said.
Then, Projota concluded: “A lot will change and I assure you that I will put myself in front of this, I will propose a little change here. We will tear down the wall that exists in this house. The motto from now on is the following: if you don’t go to the game, the game goes to you “.
The X-ray is a moment in the program when participants are required to record a statement with their impressions of the game or other comments. Those who do not attend the confessional for the X-ray are punished: recently, Karol Conká did not do his part for sleeping and was punished with the loss of 500 Estalecas.
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