Even without talking to Bruno Gagliasso, 40, for at least four years, the now federal deputy Thiago Gagliasso, 33, thanked his brother. According to him, in a video on his social network, the fights and public disagreements helped him become the seventh most voted deputy in Rio de Janeiro with more than 102 thousand votes.
“I had a few protest votes that I know. Do you think I’m silly? Brunão, thank you for talking so much shit and managed to give me so many votes. I wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart. And you are invited to be part of the cabinet Don’t you want to support culture? Show your class the work we’re going to do and how public money is used in culture”, he said.
The fight between the Gagliasso brothers was one of the themes of the first episode of the podcast “Quem Pode, Pod”, presented by actresses Giovanna Ewbank and Fernanda Paes Leme on Youtube.
The actor and Ewbank’s husband was interviewed by his wife and friend and said that today it is very difficult for him to have a rapprochement with Thiago, his Bolsonaro brother.
‘At some point maybe so. Today I can’t see,’ said Bruno. “I don’t feel admiration and affinity for him. We think very differently. It’s not political thinking. It’s how we see life”.
According to Bruno, the break did not happen due to a political fight in the 2018 elections, when President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) was elected. “My wife and I were exposed in ways we wouldn’t want to,” he explained. In 2018, Thiago told the internet about a fight with his sister-in-law. “I don’t miss Giovanna, we were never friends. She was always closed off, a little more difficult person,” he said last year.
“Today I don’t see how I can talk to my brother again. There’s no way. It goes against everything I preach, everything I want for my children”, said Bruno on the podcast.
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