Vitão was irritated by the criticisms about his cover of the song Não Let o Samba Morrer, immortalized in Alcione’s voice. The singer posted a video on Friday (12) with the song’s record and was bullied on social media. In response to the haters, Luísa Sonza’s boyfriend tweeted on Saturday morning (13) about the situation: “They don’t fucking know,” he said.
The video of the owner of the song Café made noise on social networks, and the singer’s name ended up on Trending Topics. For the most part, netizens disapproved of the artist’s style of interpretation and made fun of the way he sang.
“Alcione has been begging for 46 years not to let samba die, and Vitão goes there and does what? Kill samba!”, Said user Jaime Boueri. The follower Thiago Schwartz talked about the way the artist sang: “Vitão and his way of singing as if he had taken 3 Dramin”, he fired.
To defend himself against criticism, Vitão decided to comment on social media about the situation at dawn this Saturday. Resentful, he said that his critics are malicious people and that they need to study more about music before they point the finger at him.
“You don’t care about anyone’s psychological and emotional health, you don’t fucking know Brazilian music, you need therapy, medicine, sex and study. People who only weigh in on the earth. Thank God I’m not so dumb to believe in the truth of you “, he commented.
you don’t care about anyone’s psychological and emotional health, you don’t fucking know Brazilian music, you need therapy, medicine, sex and study. people who only weigh on the earth. thank god i’m not so stupid to believe in you guys vdd
– VITÃO (@vitao)
Despite the heavy outburst, Twitter users again criticized him for the way the artist positioned himself on social networks: “The person who posts what he wants, needs to be prepared to listen or read what he doesn’t want. This attitude of his says more about your psychological health than other people, “said follower Danilo Reenlsober.
“Do not generalize things. Know how to receive criticism from those who do not admire your work. Not everyone is on earth to meet your expectations of applause. Be still, my good,” pointed out the Aguento Mais Nada profile.
Check out the video that originated the controversy:
Don’t let samba die ❤️👑 –
– VITÃO (@vitao)
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