Jamilah Dahabreh is in the middle of the controversy in the wake of his appearance as representative of Peru at the Expo Feria Dubai. After attending the international event and exhibiting the garments from her Munay collection, inspired by Peruvian looms, the model became the target of harsh criticism. This was announced by the show program Magaly TV, the firm on Tuesday, November 23.
Renowned Peruvian designers, such as Meche Correa and Jorge Salinas were surprised and outraged by what happened and demanded that an explanation be given about why the influencer was chosen as a figure of our country at the aforementioned fair. Given this, the Magaly Medina space contacted Promperú’s head of communications, Víctor Urquiaga, to give the corresponding discharges.
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What did Promperú say about Jamilah Dahabreh at Expo Feria Dubai?
Faced with the wave of criticism, Víctor Urquiaga spoke about Jamilah Dahabreh’s participation in Expo Feria Peru; however, he was not clear in his statements.
“The only thing we can say is that she is a person who arrived, and if she identifies as Peruvian, she walks through the pavilion like so many people, but there is no strictly commercial nexus”, he limited. “As far as we have seen, Mrs. Jamila is not there, because there are currently no such business rounds in Dubai,” he added.
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Magaly Medina questions the representative of Promperú
The explanations from Promperú’s communications chief did not entirely convince Magaly Medina, as the driver stressed that Jamilah Dahabreh had displayed the clothing on a desk next to the flags of Peru and Dubai. “In other words, if you go with your clothes in your suitcase and you want to sell them, you say ‘I’m Peruvian and I’ve come to visit the pavilion’ and now, can you put yourself there as a peddler, take out all your rags and sell them? I do not understand”, he asserted.