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“Be happy without blaming someone or something”

“Be happy without blaming someone or something”

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In the videos, Sertaneja appears in front of a mirror past a black background image with ambiguous text talking about learning and personal development

Simaria posts an alleged backhand and the fan’s reaction: “Be happy without blaming anyone.” photo: reproduction / official instagram of the singer.

Singer Simaria, 40, left fans intrigued after a post was made on Monday evening (03) with a mysterious message. She used her Instagram account to post a cryptic message on her feed. Followers quickly became suspicious that he was a potential snob and made comments about the artist’s attitude.

Sertaneja appears in videos in front of a mirror, posted on a carousel with a black background image with cryptic text talking about learning and personal development. Stylish as always, the singer is dressed in jeans and a black blouse, which complements the initial message.

Simaria posts an alleged backhand and the fan’s reaction: “Be happy without blaming anyone.” photo: reproduction / official instagram of the singer.

“The more I developed, the more I apologized to myself for all the times I was toxic to myself, staying where I wasn’t happy for fear of leaving and hurting someone.”It says the photo on the cover of the post. It didn’t take long and netizens indicated that it would be a hint related to her sister and former country music partner, Simone Mendes.

For other followers, the allusion would be to her ex-husband, Vicente Escrig. They were married for 14 years and announced their separation in 2021. The two are parents to Giovanna, 10, and Paul, 7. “Free yourself from this way of seeing things, and be happy without blaming something or someone,” a fan advised. Another said, “I felt direct towards Simon.” A third fan asked, “Do you miss your ex?”

Thais Fonseca, 43, from Pernambuco, Recife, Rio de Janeiro by chance. In Rio de Janeiro – RJ I am passionate about journalism and good information. I got out of the ’80s, but the ’80s didn’t get out of me, and since that time pop music is what I love. Cyndi Lauper is my singer. She has worked as a press officer in the public and private sectors, as a police reporter for Jornal Povo do Rio, editor for the Favelas News Agency (ANF). I found myself in Bolavip Brasil as an entertainment writer.

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