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Patricia Poeta takes the microphone of Manuel Soares and the audience comments on the new “climate” at the meeting – Rádio Itatiaia

Patricia Poeta takes the microphone of Manuel Soares and the audience comments on the new “climate” at the meeting – Rádio Itatiaia

Patricia Poita and Manuel Soares starred in another “uncomfortable” situation, as determined by the audience itself, in the program “Incontro” on Friday (12). On this occasion, the presenter crosses the stage to hand the microphone to the guest, and Poeta has an attitude that divides opinions.

Patricia is greeted on stage by a delivery man who has not seen her mother in five years. Believing he didn’t have a microphone, Manuel walked over to Poita, who said, “He’s got a microphone already. Let me give it to Fred here. Thanks, Manuel.”

For netizens, the poet could have thanked and handed the microphone to his colleague, who tried to take the thing back, but the presenter did not allow him to do so. Watch the video below.


“Nobody knows what’s behind the scenes of the meeting, that’s a fact! However, it is very uncomfortable to see how Patricia Poeta treats Manuel… It’s ugly for the announcer, the program and for themselves,” he shot a spectator.

Another said “Patricia Poeta doesn’t need to prove to anyone that she doesn’t love Manuel, it’s just about watching the show.”

However, some came to the presenter’s defense. “The ratio of the pursuit of a famous woman to a famous man is very uneven. Gkay and Patrícia Poeta have such an absurd antipathy that it is absurd. It was also the case with Karol Conca,” he said.

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“The name of the program is ‘Encontro com Patrícia Poeta’. She is a presenter and Manuel, instead of being a commentator, wants to play the role of presenter alongside Patricia. He noted that it will never work when two people want to present the same programme.


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