Back from his mountain holiday, Tommaso Zorzi spent the afternoon with his dear friend Aurora Ramazzotti. After posting stories with her, the two were targeted by a hater who seriously insulted them, also involving Aurora Ramazzotti’s parents.
There is never an end to hater: Thomas Zorzi And Aurora Ramazzotti, close friends, appeared together in the Instagram stories yesterday’s winner of the Great Brother Vip 5 and the hatred of the so-called social haters was not long in coming.
In a short time in the private messages of Thomas Zorzi a message arrived from a user who lashed out at him and Aurora Ramazzotti with unacceptable homophobic and sexist phrases. The reaction of the former gieffino was clear and concise.
Aurora and Gilda in the story of Tommaso
History Instagram from Thomas Zorzi hate object of an anonymous user dates back to yesterday afternoon and immortalizes nothing but a tender domestic scene: Aurora Ramazzotti, lying on the sofa, covers the dachshund with cuddles Guild, beloved dog of the former gieffino.
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“With the aunt Aurora Ramazzotti”He writes Thomas Zorzi in the story posted, highlighting the strong brotherly bond that has united the two friends for many years.
The homophobic and sexist message
Soon after Thomas Zorzi has re-shared in the stories a screenshot of a message received from a hater in which the two become the object of insults homophobic and sexist.
Not only that: in the message, even the parents of Aurora, Michelle Hunzicker and Eros Ramazzotti:
“The other recommended by Italian trash TV with the mother t *** a and the father r ******* is like you”
Not only this unacceptable message full of hatred and discrimination (which to define retrograde would still be an understatement): from the screenshot you can see how Thomas Zorzi had already been a victim of offenses homophobic by the individual in question, through a previous message.
Tommaso Zorzi in reposting these unacceptable messages limits himself to commenting with subtle irony: “How kind“, As if to say that the severity of messages sent with such content speaks for itself and can no longer be tolerated.