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Laura Ubfal clarified her message about the final of 'Big Brother' and defended herself against Anamá Ferreira's accusation of racism


The journalist made a statement and explained why she spoke of "a perfect white society" when analyzing the final of the reality show.

“People chose three young, healthy, beautiful boys.

A white and perfect society.

May the best win.

Big Brother has already won everyone's hearts, ”launched Laura Ubfal on her Twitter account, along with the photo that Santiago del Moro took of Marcos, Julieta and Nacho, Big Brother (Telefe)



The comment went viral and the journalist received multiple criticisms.

Many even accused her of racism, as was the case with Anamá Ferreira.

“Is this tweeter serious?

Is it from Laura Ubfal?

He seriously turned me on.

In Brazil or any other country, she would already be in prison or paying a fine like the runner Nelson Piquet, 950 thousand dollars.

'A WHITE AND PERFECT SOCIETY' urgently has to act @inadi you are a racist @laubfal” (SIC)”

, assured Anamá, who requested the intervention of the National Institute against Discrimination, Xenophobia and Racism (INADI).

Laura Ubfal's Tweet that sparked the controversy.


“Honestly, it makes me sad when a journalist says that a white and perfect society.

We are talking about racism because there were no dark-haired men in the final.

My God, how angry I am, a judge already has to act ex officio ”, added the former Brazilian model on her Twitter account.

"What infinite sadness, how much racism, how much discrimination against minorities

," Anamá added in another post on the social network, where she received many comments of support for her sayings.

Anamá Ferreira's tweet against Laura Ubfal.

The release of Laura Ubfal

This forced a clarification from Ubfal.



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the journalist made a statement.

“It is not the first time that I have been talking about this topic.

Big Brother is a society, it's a great format and it reflects what happens in each country.

Spain had what it had, Brazil has what it has.

We had a fantastic Big Brother that is over and reflected this society”

, said Ufbal, in dialogue with Florencia de la Ve, host of the cycle.

Laura Ubfal explained her message on Twitter about the GH final.

Capture TV.

“People right now are choosing these three contestants.

On the one hand, hegemony, which is real, but on the other hand, they choose values.

Everyone is talking about values.

Actually, one does not know these boys, but rather knows them from what he saw these five months inside the house, ”continued the also member of the GH debates on Telefe.

“It has to do with the historical moment.

The approach was completely different.

Cristián U was the one discriminated against and he was the one who won, ”he said, recalling the 2011 edition of the popular reality show.

Then, when talking about the phrase "a perfect white society" that earned him multiple criticisms, he stressed:

“White has nothing to do with the white race.

Look if I'm going to be racist?

It's crazy to think that.

I was talking about values, about what the boys chose, who did not fight.

White was an allegory because they were dressed in white, it was talking about angels”.

And he closed on the Big Brother finalists


“At this moment, this society valued these people.

They are there because they are good, because they are beautiful, because they are cute, because people love them and chose them”.


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