Tommaso Zorzi finds himself in the company of his boyfriend Tommaso Stanzani immersed in a beautiful Sicilian natural place. Zorzi is looking for relaxation and tranquility, as he explains to his many followers. However, he continues to have his say on what is happening in the world and commented on Italy’s victory in the European Championships, sparking various reactions.
Tommaso Zorzi and Tommaso Stanzani they are having a great time in Sicily. The commentator himself keeps the fans updated as much as possible, since compared to the usual he has “decreased” the use of social networks a bit.
Zorzi he in fact confessed that the quiet place he is in Sicily, where to take the phone badly, is one of the few places in the world that encourages him to use the phone much less.
Surrounded by beauties, Zorzi however, he continues to post pictures on his profile Instagram and to show himself, the moments with Stanzani and the Sicily in the stories.
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Between one story of a landscape and another, a few hours ago Tommaso Zorzi also commented on the final of the Europeans, in a frank, sincere, and perhaps even a little provocative way.
In fact, he then specified that he had also received very unpleasant comments for a “simple, linear and shareable” speech.
Tommaso Zorzi: the opinion on Italy’s victory
The day after Italy’s much-hoped for victory at the European Championships, Tommaso Zorzi posted a story Instagram in which he comments on the victory and explains his “reaction”:
“As for the Europeans, yes I’m happy but basically I don’t give a shit”.
After the explicit comment mentioned above, Tommaso Zorzi he “had to continue” the speech to explain himself better, given the not very nice comments received.
On the part of the columnist there was only the desire to specify how much he is happy and proud of the Azzurri’s victory but, rightly, he claims that he has always cared little about football and, as much as the victory is a satisfaction and a pride , he remains “less enthusiastic” than others.
Always on the stories Instagram, Tommaso Zorzi tried to speak of an uncomfortable truth. Zorzi in fact he underlined how if all the energies and cohesion seen for football could be applied to issues such as the struggle for rights, “Italy would be a better country”.
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This is not meant to be a criticism of football or a way to take something away from football sport, but a sincere comment that, according to him, can only be shared.