In another video that has surfaced – this one the most recent – Xuxa herself compares her trajectory to Anita’s and says that she already felt like holding the singer in her arms and seeing all the hardships she faced. Take care of him while doing it. Together. Photos: Bled Meneghel; Instagram/@qgdaanitta
part of the side effects of “Zuksa, The Documentary”which premiered last week Globoplaywhich has an old video Xuxa talk about internationalization of your career. As far as faustaoin years time 1980The “Queen of the Little Ones” Satirised the attitude of Brazilians to harsh criticism, in the face of the progress of his international career – a movement known as the web “Mute Syndrome”, The video, which ended up fueling a debate on the reality of the situation in the contemporary pop scene, drew comparisons with the trajectory of Anita,
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“People are not happy that I’m successful abroad… For example: ‘Ah, she’s successful in Argentina, but her program is great in the United States’; ‘Oh, she looks like that, but she has He is not.’ This jealousy of people is something that is difficult to deal with.”vent Xuxa In an excerpt that is resonating across the web.
It may be Anita, but it is Xuxa who is talking about the hatred of international careers in the 90s… Generations change, but the Brazilian mongrel syndrome remains the same pic.twitter.com/92ouvEowsW
— Rick B️ (@rickbitch) 16 July 2023
A “Mute Syndrome”As many people here call it, is a movement that has been discussed on the internet for years and it appears when a Brazilian artist gains strength and starts to stand out in other markets beyond the borders of Brazil. Is.
This is a situation seen by big names, mainly, from pop music, as they are exported to the international market, but face a certain resistance from the public of their country of origin – in this case, Brazil. Among many people, there is a continuing movement to reduce a national ‘product’ to a praise of what comes from abroad, as if our artists would never be of any value abroad. Anita, Ludmila and Luisa Sonja There are examples of careers that were affected by this “avalanche”.
see the debate arising from the testimony of Xuxa,
The two queens of Brazil on the international stage don’t mind these vile haters. Finally, people who are truly Brazilian are wishing them success!pic.twitter.com/cX0fyIpvqF
– Lucas.com.br ️ I came back to me (@NazareBradesco) 16 July 2023
And nowadays it’s always good to remember the words of Zuxa
— Ale (@alefromrio) 16 July 2023
Carmem Miranda, Xuxa and now Anita, it is strange that Brazilians have an inferiority complex with a hint of envy.
– Bruna (@Bruzny) 16 July 2023
One time I saw a comment on a post on Instagram that showed Beyonce very sexy with her ass out, and there was a guy who made the following comment:
“I was already ready to criticize thinking it’s Anita, but since it’s Beyoncé I’ll appreciate it”
unfortunately this is the reality
— Anita Fan (@funk_rave) 16 July 2023
It’s actually a mongrel syndrome, because that’s what Carme Miranda has been like. It’s not that Anita does anything different to embarrass us, the point is that everyone has a very specific image that they want to portray out there and they end up disappointed because the artist doesn’t match that.
– Simon (@Mamudialmadine1) from Ministry of Atrom 16 July 2023
If you stop to think about it, this is what happened to Carme Miranda, there’s a song where she talks about it “They said I came back Americanized”.
— Son of Gugu Libretto (@kaiquevlima) 16 July 2023
I don’t know… It could be half-and-half: mongrel syndrome and pride thing.
I think most Brazilians would like it better if our artists really took our culture abroad, for example to sing in Portuguese. We are just as proud as Americans.
– Bruno Monin (@BrunoMonin) 16 July 2023