RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A children's YouTuber, a rap singer, and an Argentine chef lead the fierce "opposition bench" to President Jair Bolsonaro and his sons on social media.
Felipe Neto, from children's humor programs, Marcelo D2, from songs about violence against youths in the suburbs, and Paola Carosella move with ease into the political discussions of these media and gained even more supporters in Bolsonaro's first year in office.
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