Giampiero Mughini insulted Matteo Salvini when talking about racism: the commentator has been in Grade Fratello’s house for less than 24 hours.
Giampiero Mughini entered the house of Big Brother during the episode broadcast yesterday, October 16th. The journalist was censored by the program director less than 24 hours after he joined. During a conversation on the issue of racism with Samira, the commentator used the expression cretin towards Matteo Salvinirecalling the minister’s statements regarding volleyball player Paola Egonu.
Big Brother: Giampiero Mughini on Matteo Salvini
In this new edition of Alfonso Signorini’s program, Giampiero Mughini risks finding itself in a situation similar to the one experienced by Alda D’Eusanioparticipant in Big Brother VIP 5. After making allusions to the alleged mistreatment suffered by Laura Pausini by her partner, D’Eusanio was expelled from the reality show and left the Cinecittà house without the other contestants fully understanding what had happened.
Today Giampiero Mughini suffered the first censorship and the first call to the confessional. While he was talking to Samira, asking her if she had ever been victim of racismMughini stated that our country is not racist, and added: “That idiot Salvini said Paola Egonu…“, the director detached this point. Among the minister’s various utterances, Giampiero may have referred to Salvini’s words when the volleyball player was announced as one of the co-hosts of Sanremo
What Matteo Salvini said about Paola Egonu before Sanremo
Among the various statements from the ministerit could be that Giampiero referred to the Salvini’s statements when the volleyball player was announced as one of the co-hosts of Sanremo.”Paola Egonu, great sportswoman, great volleyball player, but I hope she doesn’t come to have a tirade at the Festival about Italy being a racist country, because Italians may have many defects but they are not racist – the League minister said at the time – It is a people who welcomes, who extends their hand to everyone. I hope that Italians, who already have many problems, do not feel guilty by those who use public television to lecture someone“.