Humorist Gustavo Mendes Expels Bolsonaro Supporters From Show in Minas Gerais

The actor who became famous on YouTube playing an overrated Dilma returned the money from part of the audience who wanted to censor him in Teófilo Ottoni.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Comedian Gustavo Mendes, famous for playing former president Dilma Rousseff on his YouTube channel, was not intimidated by screams and provocations and expelled a group of scholarship holders who attacked him during a concert in Teofilo Otoni (MG).

The trio, who shouted to Mendes to "do a show in Africa," had their money returned to them.

While making jokes about the tense relationship of Emmanuel Macron and the European Union with the Brazilian government, the comedian was the target of cursing by the trio. He said, "I don't understand, what happened?”

The unhappy trio said . . .

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