Bárbara de Regil became a trend after some statements went viral where “he did the fuchi” to the Day of the Dead and preferred Halloween; Now, the actress responded to the criticism in addition to revealing why she does not celebrate November 2.
Bárbara de Regil’s statements did not take long to enrage Mexican Internet users and the rain of comments did not take long to arrive; However, apparently this does not affect the actress and she prefers to ignore the attacksas she herself detailed in a meeting with journalists after the presentation of her new television project:
“I am the queen of everything. I take it with laughter, with humor, with joy. I don’t mind”
“I am the queen of everything. I take it with laughter, with humor, with joy. I don’t care, what matters to me is being healthy and that you are well“, he assured Barbara.
WHY DOES BÁRBARA DE REGIL PREFER HALLOWEEN TO THE DAY OF THE DEAD?
On the other hand, Bárbara de Regil spoke about this same topic for the program “Venga la Alegría” and He delved into why he does not celebrate the Day of the Dead:
“I am a Mexican, happy to be Mexican, but I don’t like to celebrate the dead and I have never celebrated them.”
“It’s already a joke, anything I say is already taken the wrong way. For example, Halloween and Day of the Dead. First I said, “what’s the difference?” and then I answered the question, I answered Halloween because I like to celebrate it, but no one saw that”, assured Barbara.
Likewise, the actress detailed the two powerful reasons why you prefer Halloween to Day of the Dead: First of all, she prefers to pamper and honor her loved ones in life; On the other hand, her family did not teach her to celebrate this Mexican tradition.
“I love Mexican traditions. I am a Mexican, happy to be Mexican, but I don’t like to celebrate the dead and I have never celebrated them. In my house they didn’t teach me either, I never saw my mother put up an altar, but I respect those who do, I don’t like to see a photo like that, it doesn’t depress me, but I wouldn’t like it,” declared Bárbara de Regil.
“I like to remember them, but I don’t like that tradition. Of course I remember them every day of my life because there are many special people up there, but I don’t like setting up an altar and my favorite food… no, I’m going to start crying“, concluded the actress of “Rosary Scissors”.