Jô Soares says he refused invitation to carry the Olympic torch for 'not paying mico'

According to the presenter, he was among the personalities selected by the Olympic Committee.
04/08/2016 14h21 - Updated 4/08/2016 14h29
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Invited by the Organizing Committee of Rio 2016 to participate in the relay of the Olympic Torch, or humorist, actor and presenter, Jo Soares, revealed during his program have declined the invitation by the tamarin would pay in public, holding the torch and “some 300 people” after making selfies.

“I received the invitation to participate in the relay [Olympic torch], in Osasco (SP). [audience laughter]. It is true. First, I accepted the invitation because I saw on television a person –no one knew– holding the torch and had a 300 people behind taking selfies”, he said.

“So I said 'look, I will not because I will pay a crazy monkey I with that outfit, with that torch and everyone behind 'clack, clac'”, he argued.

The presenter concluded by saying that he thought his presence would cause turmoil.”I just did not go because, It is a known person, I thought it was a riot”, finished.

Source: AM POST Writing

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