Priscilla Vargas comes out to clarify rumors about the driver who discriminated against her

It all started a few days ago, when Priscilla Vargas told the Martín Cárcamo program about a difficult situation that she had to experience at the beginning of her career.

the sad situation

“At some point I came across people who made it more difficult for me… at some point I ask the producer why I can’t go out and make a mobile…”, started telling the journalist. She then confessed that the driver told her: “what happens is that they don’t love you because your name is Priscilla”. Thus, Vargas say what he felt so bad that he remembers “I’m leaving, and I parked on a street to cry“.

Faced with this, yesterday the journalist Sergio Rojas gave clues as to who would be the animator in question. “It was a well-known television entertainer, who arrived in Chile very recently, he was abroad living because of debts, the one who told Priscilla that with that name he was not going to reach television and look at what things are of the life”revealed without saying an explicit name, but hinting at who it could be.

That’s why, many users of social networks deduced that it was Mauricio Israelwho worked as a driver meganews until 2008.

The message of Priscilla Vargas

After the fact began to circulate between different media, Priscilla commented on what happened through her Instagram stories. “In several media it appears published who would have been the person who discriminated against me at the beginning of my career. I want to make it clear that I’m not targeting anyone.” He left pointing to the driver of Here We Are All.

Similarly, he added that “Understanding the country in which we live, it would be very unfair to blame a single person, because the responsibility is shared when our society is like that, and that apprehension responded to that, to how the public would receive it.”

“That’s how I understood it at the time and I resigned myself”, he assured in a rather sympathetic tone. He also shared that regarding the incident, He received many comments from people who work in different areas with “similar experiences”.

“It is evident that this discrimination by name or surname continues to be a shameful reality in Chile, and it goes beyond television”added the journalist. To finish, the cheerleader asked that “once and for all let’s make a change of mentality, because what can be very superficial for many, the damage in those who receive it is deep”.

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