In the famous Spanish city there was a very bad case of incivility, ignorance and malice: the mural dedicated to our Raffaella Carrà was smeared with homophobic writings. An ignoble gesture towards one of the greatest artists in the world who recently passed away.
In the past few hours the Spanish media have reported that the mural dedicated to Raffaella Carrà has been subjected to vandalism; the work was covered with homophobic writings. This is a real provocation given that the Carrà has always been a spokesperson for the world Lgbtq.
The mural dedicated to Raffaella Carrà was smeared
After the death of Raffaella Carrà had been drawn to Barcelona a splendid mural dedicated to the artist; the work had been signed by Salvatore Benintende, a 41-year-old street artist originally from Palermo but for years residing in the Catalonia.
Tvboy, this is his stage name, he has created a splendid design half purple and half rainbow accompanied by a caption in Spanish that read “A life is a life when you have freedom”; the work is a real tribute to Carrà; in fact she herself had become the standard-bearer of freedom and broad-mindedness.
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At the moment the authors of this ugly gesture have not yet been identified but it is hoped that thanks to some testimonies or the presence of cameras nearby we can trace the color who made this mess.
Spain also loved Raffaella Carrà
Raffaella Carrà she was very famous in Spain so much so that a Madrid the municipal council has proposed to name a square after it; in Italy instead her great friend and colleague took care of it Milly Carlucci to ask the Rai to dedicate to Raffaella the Auditorium of the Foro Italico or the place where numerous successful shows of the Carrà, one among all Carramba! What a surprise.
Raffaella she died a little over two months ago after an illness that the soubrette had kept hidden:
“Raffaella passed away at 16.20 today, Monday 5 July, after an illness that for some time had attacked her body, so tiny and yet so full of overflowing energy. Her unstoppable force, which imposed her at the top of the world star system, an iron will that never abandoned her until the end, making sure that nothing of her deep suffering leaked out. The umpteenth gesture of love towards her audience and towards those who shared her affection, so that her personal ordeal would not disturb the bright memory of her “had thus given the sad announcement Sergio Iapino, historical companion of Raffaella.
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