Actress and comedian Consuelo Duval defended her colleague Eugenio Derbez with his “claws”, who has been heavily criticized for a controversial video asking for help for a hospital in Tijuana, Mexico.
The Mexican said through her Instagram account that she has known Derbez for more than 25 years and that he has been a sacrificial man who has always defended the neediest.
"Don't touch me! For this man I take my claws out”, was the phrase with which he began his defense of who has been pointed out by the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) of Baja California as a diffuser of false information about the health situation in his country.
“And now that the world is in crisis and that his countrymen are dying in his country, he asks for help for them and they throw shit at him. Well, what kind of people are we? Where's the empathy and love?”Duval asked himself.
In the original video shared on Monday, Derbez read a letter from his friend, Dr. Faustino Ruvalcaba, who works at the 20 Social Security clinic in Tijuana, in which they called for help for the lack of equipment and materials to attend high patient demand.
The comedian's complaint went viral, to which the IMSS of Baja California responded by calling it false.
After his complaint, Derbez said in videos on Instagram that the clinic was already receiving donations and aid for the medical personnel who work there.
Instagram / Eugenio Derbez
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