Demonstrations in Jerusalem (Or Adar, Regavim movement)
Between a legal coup and tumultuous protests, the local swamp delivers to Walla!
Celebs quite a few moments of pleasure.
The story started yesterday (Tuesday), when
innocently (or not) tried to advertise a brand for which she serves as a presenter, and received a lot of harsh reviews online.
The actress uploaded a photo to her Instagram page with eye gel which she posted and wrote: "Tired and sad eyes in view of the situation in the country but full of hope and faith that God will be fine.
I am lucky that I have the eye gel that will make me feel a little radiant during this time, that will blur the blackness under my eyes that no one can hide anymore due to worries and thoughts.
Let it grow in peace."
Although the photo was deleted, the Internet remembers everything. The one who did not remain indifferent to the story is
, who published a parody of the deleted post on her Instagram account.
Of course (photo: screenshot, Instagram)
Atias uploaded a photo to her story and added the caption "Since the protest started, I've been suffering terribly from hemorrhoids. You know, stress and such. It's lucky that the company 'Tathali' released a new product from D-H-Y-M that helps me get through the difficult moments."
This is not the first time that Atias has come out against the culture of collaborations between celebrities and influencers: last month she spoke about the phenomenon in a podcast and said "You call yourself an influencer? Where are you in real time, except to fuck people's wallets? Only coupon codes, you cheap sellers. Zero responsibility
towards People who think they need cream for a hole in the ass for 700 shekels. This whole story, they dare to call themselves explosive names. Where are you when we need you? We have a responsibility towards the future of our children."
Celebs use anti-hemorrhoid cream to spice up their piercing soup.