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Ludmilla reportedly got involved in confusion and left up employee: 'Disgusting'


Ludmilla reportedly got involved in confusion and left up employee: 'Disgusting'

The singer Ludmilla is one of the most beloved artists in Brazil, but would have been involved in a real breaker in a famous Rio de Janeiro nightclub. The information was given by columnist Léo Dias, from UOL, echoing on various sites this Thursday, November 14. The controversy would be entitled to an aggression by the singer, who has lived one of the best moments of her career.

Everything would have started still on the door of the property, very busy, the place saw a little confusion, as soon as Ludmilla showed up there. However, a person who saw the artist pass in front of those who expected would have called the funkeira “disgusting“. The carioca, however, guarantees that the offense would not have come from a simple local visitor, but from the hostess of the club itself.

The hostess is the employee who assesses who will or will not enter the site, and have others to do with the nightclub schedule. In the soap opera A Dona do Pedaço, the character Josiane, played by Ágatha Moreira, even tried to play the profession, but it was a failure.

But back to the controversy. Even though I heard the “disgusting“Ludmilla decided to enter the place, where according to Leo Dias the singer would have had a lot of fun, eaten and drunk. In the end, however, the star would have written the disgusting word on a cell phone and then rubbed – literally – the device on her face.

Not understanding what was happening, the employee would have cried a lot. Sought by the columnist, Ludmilla's staff said the artist was not mistaken as the author of the offense and clarified that, on leaving, the singer did not rub the phone in the face of the employee. By note, the club said it regretted the incident, but said it believed in the hostess.

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