Tirullipa is massacred after preaching forgiveness to DJ Ivis: ‘He’s coming back transformed’


Everson Silva, known as Tirullipa, was criticized on social media after publishing a video in defense of the forgiveness of Iverson de Souza Araújo, DJ Ivis, who assaulted his wife. “It’s not fair that he did, but that God is going to change him. I’m sure this guy will come back changed one day,” he told Instagram’s Stories on Friday night.

With the negative repercussions on his speech, Tiririca’s son went to Instagram to justify his defense of Pamella Holanda’s attacker.

“I was the first to speak up. I was the first to enter social media on behalf of my daughters to express myself. On behalf of my daughters. I didn’t think what he did was fair and I was the first to attack him,” he began the comedian this Saturday morning (17).

“Until the moment he was arrested I didn’t comment any further. On the day he was arrested, before he was arrested he was hitting straight, no shit, I called him a coward… After he was arrested I said, guys, now justice lets him pay,” justified the man from Ceará.

Tirullipa, however, once again said that he hopes the singer will learn his lesson and come back transformed. “In my Christian understanding, we came into the world to forgive, we came into the world to have a generous heart, to be generous as Jesus was with us,” he stressed.

See here Tirullipa’s retraction after the controversy:

The internet continued to criticize the artist and even remembered an episode in which he “cancelled” Karol Conká during BBB21. A Twitter user who identifies himself as TK Parker questioned the fact that the Ceara native had criticized the singer, but had never preached in favor of her forgiveness.

DJ Ivis case

Iverson de Souza Araújo, DJ Ivis, was arrested on Wednesday (14) in Fortaleza, Ceará, after assaulting his ex-wife, Pamella Holanda. Last weekend, videos with images of violence against the digital influencer went viral on social media. According to the victim, she was attacked for the first time when she was still pregnant with her daughter, Mel, who is now nine months old.