Malika Chalhy, the lesbian girl thrown out of her home by her parents, was targeted on social media for buying a purebred dog paid for with charity money
The story of Malika Chalhy, the girl from Castelfiorentino thrown out of her home by her parents because she is a lesbian, has moved Italy but today the situation has totally reversed. To help the young woman find a roof over her head, two 140,000 euro fundraisers were organized but many disputed how Malika spent the donated money so generously. The controversy broke out on social networks because Malika showed up on Instagram at the driving a Mercedes purchased with money from the fundraiser.
Malika Chalhy buys a dog for 2,500 euros: “They are essential goods for psychological support”
Malika Chaly with the money received in charity not only bought a Mercedes but also a purebred French bulldog costing 2,500 euros. The news sparked further indignation on social networks. The more “kind” users limited themselves to pointing out that he could also take the same dog to an abandoned animal shelter.
“Do I have to justify myself because I spend my money how I want? The dog is a basic necessity, okay? The dog is a psychological support. I am a lover of this breed, and I got a bulldog. The Mercedes and the bulldog are necessary goods, ”said Malika in an interview with Selvaggia Lucarella for TPI.
Malika Ayane defends herself: “Covered with insults but I’m not the one you’re looking for”
Despite herself and quite innocently, Malika Ayane was also involved in this affair, guilty of having the same name as the girl thrown out of the house. The singer’s social profiles were in fact flooded with insults and criticisms from users who mistaken her for Malika Chalhy. Ayane therefore wanted to clarify on Twitter: “Dear #fuliminidiguerra that you clog my email and social networks with insults or expressions of solidarity, I have news for you: the Malika you are looking for IS NOT ME. Incredible that in 2021 there are more women with the same name, huh? “.
Dear #fulminidiguerra that you clog my email and social networks with insults or expressions of solidarity, I have news for you: the Malika you are looking for IS NOT ME. Unbelievable that in 2021 there are more women with the same name, huh?
– Malika Ayane (@malikayane) July 1, 2021