Occasions of Buenos Aires | “We had been robbed of Miss Universe,” Maduro complains after the US received the crown | Jobs Punch


Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro stated Monday that his nation had been “robbed” of the Miss Universe crown, including his voice to the avalanche of criticism that adopted the victory of fellow American R’Bonnie Gabriel.

“They stole the Miss Universe title, Amanda Dudamela received by a landslide,” Maduro stated on the occasion in Caracas. “It may well’t be that form of theft, she’s from Petare, she’s doing group service there in Petare.”

Clothier and social activist Amanda Dudamel, former daughter Vinotinto nationwide group coach Rafael Dudamel was thought of one of many favorites to win the crown, however R’Bonnie Gabriel was topped on Saturday.

Gabriel is a 28-year-old sustainable clothier primarily based in Texas.

Dudamel, 23, was the primary runner-up on the Miss Universe pageant in New Orleans, US, sparking blended reactions, questioning the decision after a number of contestants stated they believed the pageant was rigged.

Ignoring criticism of Miss Universe, Dudamela, who was topped Miss Venezuela 2021 in a low-key ceremony marred by the COVID-19 pandemic, thanked followers for supporting her and the pageant, which has given Venezuela seven common crowns.

“I’m HAPPY, glad and extra grateful than ever!!!! THANK YOU VENEZUELA for accompanying me in an enormous dream! And THANK YOU to all of the folks from totally different international locations of the world who joined me on this thrilling journey,” Dudumel wrote in an Instagram submit that has since has acquired nearly half 1,000,000 likes.

Venezuela has not received Miss Universe since 2013, when one of many present Miss Venezuela administrators, Maria Gabriela Isler, was topped.

– TIMES/AFP

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