The footballer has asked his guests not to come with their mobile phones so as not to record anything that happens at the event
Neymar unleashed a wave of indignation in Brazil for promoting a party with hundreds of guests in full coronavirus pandemic, that already leaves more than 190,000 dead in the South American country, as revealed this Saturday the local press.
The Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) player received a lot of criticism today after the newspaper O Globo reported on the event, which began on Friday in a mansion in Mangaratiba, in Rio de Janeiro, and will continue with the presence of about 500 guests.
According to the newspaper, Neymar also hired a band to entertain his visitors throughout the festivities. Also, to avoid disturbing the neighbors, he built a class of underground disco with acoustic protection in the surroundings of the fluminense mansion.
The local press also revealed that the only rule imposed by the footballer has been the total ban on the use of telephones mobiles. Attendees will also not be able to record stories, videos or post images on social media.
Throughout this Saturday, several Brazilian media echoed the news and Neymar, known for his parties and celebrations, came to appear among the most talked about topics on Twitter, in the middle of a wave of reproaches due to the worsening of the coronavirus pandemic in recent weeks in the South American giant.
The silly trophy of the day goes to @Neymar Jr And your 5-day party or President Bolsonaro and your “I don’t care about that”?
Do you remember idiot of the day, talkei?
– Augusto de Arruda Botelho (@augustodeAB) December 26, 2020
Neymar also built an annex with acoustic insulation so as not to attract the attention of the neighbors. Approximately 500 guests must pass through the club, including the influencer Camila Loures, who was at the Carlinhos Maia party ”. Exchange of #CovidFest. Wonderful… https://t.co/iZWZQipQbG
– Cecília Olliveira (@Cecillia) December 26, 2020
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Brazil is one of the countries most affected by the health emergency and, according to the most recent data from the Ministry of Health, already accumulates more than 190,000 deaths and some 7.5 million infected by Sars-CoV-2.
The rapid escalation of both cases and deaths in recent weeks led various Brazilian states and municipalities to return to toughen social distancing measures for this end of the year, as is the case of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, the two regions hardest hit by the pathogen in the country.
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