The birthday of a little girl in kindergarten ended in scandal after the hot dance of the minor’s mother. In the middle of the three-year-old girl’s party, the woman, wearing a transparent dress, began to perform a sensual dance that surprised everyone present, to the rhythm of a song by Anitta.
The moment of discomfort was shared on Tuesday 23 by the user “@simonethomaz632” showing the unexpected moment experienced by family and friends who attended the birthday.
In the middle of a Minnie Mouse decoration, the mother entered the dance floor and began to make suggestive movements to the beat of the music. Though several guests laughed and some scolded her, the 26-year-old didn’t mind and even danced across a table wearing a see-through dress.
After the strong controversy that broke out on social media, the woman came out to give her point of view.
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In the face of the wave of criticism, Brenna Azevedo, 26 years old, The woman in question took her leave in another video shared on TikTok. You live in Rio de Janeiro and defend yourself from criticism.
“People are outraged, because I was dancing in a transparent dress. They’re attacking me, swearing and saying they’re going to put me on the Guardianship Board. I see nothing wrong with that. I see many worse things,” Azevedo began.
She added: “My family is horrified. How can people get hurt on social media? Calling me awful things. I am outraged, terrified. My daughter was very happy, the guests appreciated”.
As he recounted in front of the camera, when the events occurred he had been drinking a lot because of the happiness that allowed him to be able to celebrate his daughter. “I decided to organize this party in two months, everything was done with a lot of sacrifice, suffocation and affection. The daughter is mine, the money is mine, the body is mine. I do what I want with my life,” Brenna continued.
“Famous people comment, say crazy things about me. And they themselves do worse things. Celebrities who beat women, who expose their breasts every day on social media. Please.”
The woman asked to stop with criticism, gossip and negative comments.
She also appreciated the messages from people who want to comfort her and assures her that she won’t regret it.
“I would do it all over again. People, live, be happy! Go do what you want in life. People who keep commenting are oppressed by not doing certain kinds of things.”
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