From Turin, Italywhere is shooting content for Rest of the world (El Trece, Saturday at 11.45pm), Faith Bal shared “his seven commandments”. He did so a decade after the historic message he posted Chirping Calling himself an “aggressive, talentless and lying” young man, among other strong qualifications.
In detail, the famous actor shared with his followers a extensive analysis about his time in between and how life shaped him into the man he is today.
“A few weeks ago it was 10 years since my successful tweetand it seems important to me, as a tribute, to contextualize and explain to them what my 7 commandments are”, he began by saying, reflectively.
“Drug addict, aggressive, violent, bankrupt, bad son, talentless, liar. But you don’t know how I can suck the shell”, said that message Federico remembered.
“Just as Picasso has his Guernica, Woody Allen his Annie Hall and Fito Páez his love after loveI I have this somewhat immature, quite ironic and provocative epic statement that I posted over 10 years ago. and to this day they continue to retweet her, favor her and even mention her on every show she has visited for an interview,” she said.
“Perhaps it marked my path in this profession? Perhaps it set a precedent for years to come, or simply Was I a 23-year-old asshole tired of turning on the TV, going online and seeing pointless or truthful criticism of me? I don’t know, maybe all of this together,” he continued.
So the son of Carmen Barbieri assured that much more than a decade ago some people working in the media, including himself, normalized “this kind of free abuse on television and networks as a way to understand job growth or just believe that any news about one ‘sells'”.
“At the moment I was a 23 year old guy, I didn’t really know what was going on. I had started dancing with (Marcelo) Tinelli and the ratings exploded, people recognized me on the street, they gave me branded clothes and in nightclubs they gave me the best bottle,” he recalled.
“In this context, some exes spoke badly of me on TV, a showman questioned my role as a son and They even went so far as to say that I was selling my body on gay pages. Now that I see it from afar it was really beautiful,” he said about it.
And he immediately clarified: “But at 23, my parents separated, with cell phones guarding the door of my building, and my social networks booming, It seemed to me that my only tool was ranting on Twitter, making fun of everything they said and pointing out a single virtue as a joke… and not a joke. Do you practice good oral sex? Well yes, my paradise.”
“Today I am 33 years old and having been through several, I give very little importance to what they say about meand I have a warning for you who are reading this, who are seduced by fame, who entered a reality show, who want to indulge in this or simply who consume gossip programs as much as I do, ”said Fede before listing his commandments.
First of all, the actor said it for himself “there are no friends in this profession”. “My mother already said that a while ago. The real ones are the ones you had when no one knew you,” she said.
Second: “Nothing is as terrible or dramatic or true as they say. Not good, not bad.”
Third: “Before you get mad at journalists, presenters, speakers, when they say something about you, I like to think it’s a big role they play, almost like me when I step off a stage and go back to being the same guy, they do exactly the same thing. And until when they are nice people, divine, believe me Well, what do I know? some not so much.”
Fourth: “Behind every portal that talks about me, where the clickbait It’s his way of ‘selling’, there’s a reporter who just wants it to be 6:00 pm to go home and watch a series to forget that he had to write ‘Fede Bal got a tattoo on his buttock'”.
Fifth: “Magazine covers don’t pay your bills. Working, thinking about the future, being constantly evolving and learning, yes. Study, write, work, change, look ahead.”
Sixth: “Fame never gives you true love. Nothing sadder than having an encounter at the cost of being “famous”. Doesn’t mean it’s never been done. But it’s not something I’m proud of.”
Seventh: “The media is not your couch or your law firm. Get help when you think things are taking a different and uncomfortable route“.
Finally, the artist said: “It’s been a long time, I know. But just like my hit tweet lives on, I wrote this so that maybe in 10 years my future self will read it and understand that at 33 we are doing just fineThere is still a lot to learn and a long way to go. But we are doing quite well. ” And she said goodbye: “See you in 10 more.”
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.