Sthe Matos worries about her fiance after controversial attitude

after kissing Aline Mineiro at the last party, Sthe Matos talked to the worker and Rico Melquiades, about the possibility of the fiance Victor Igoh receiving attacks on social media. Rethinking her attitude, she said it was not a comfortable situation.

“Putting me in his shoes, imagine I’m out there, I start to see these things, my friends send me, people start tagging me, they come out on these gossip pages and like, it’s not a comfortable situation. I was sad at how he must have received it. Surely he must have been attacked a lot”, he pointed out.

“Malicious people take the opportunity to screw up,” said the ex-panicat. “Mainly because I know what the profile is out there. Every time something happens they try very hard to destroy our relationship, you know?”, said the artist.

Controversy

In recent days, Sthe Matos he made a point of recalling tense moments he experienced in relation to his son’s fatherhood. According to her, the situation became known all over the internet and suffered from various types of attacks on her Instagram posts.

“This guy, we met in high school and stuff, we started on the internet, but our relationship was a lot of bullshit, he cheated on me like hell and I always forgave, very young, yeah. There was one of those that we ended up with and I stayed with a boy, then two days later we came back, then a month later I found out I was pregnant. What happened? I thought it was his, we thought it was his and all, but it was the other person’s”, he recalled.

Soon after, she he told of the attitude he had upon discovering the child’s father. “Crying, a fake f*ck cry. ‘I found out he’s not my son’, ‘the fruit of a betrayal’. Oh out of nowhere ‘you saw what [Abner, o ex] did?’ And I dont’. She hung up and I came in, bitch, I don’t know what, my life turned to hell. Everyone cursing me, every page, every place you can imagine”, he highlighted.

attacks

It is worth noting that, after losing more than 100,000 followers on social networks, the Salvador influencer team highlighted that, Hate messages will no longer be tolerated. In addition, they asked for empathy with the person and respect for her family.

“The legal team is already looking into these posts and anyone who is somehow spreading fake news, slanderous comments, videos with speeches purposely taken out of context in order to defame and comments such as hate speech will be subject to the appropriate legal measures. It is cruel and inhumane to make nasty and defamatory comments about someone who is not there to justify and defend themselves. Defamatory, sexist, racist, attacks and threats messages and comments are unacceptable and will never be tolerated,” they said on social media.

Rafael Carvalho

Graduated in Journalism from Faculdade das Américas (FAM), he has already presented an entertainment program related to the world of famous people and interviewed artists in the field.