Paola Egonu, the world-famous star of the Italy National Women’s Volleyball Team, was exposed to racism in her country. 23-year-old star volleyball player Sky Sport He faced racist rhetoric in his live broadcast.
There was a big scandal on Sky Sport screens, which broadcast the Italian team’s magnificent performance in the Volleyball Nations League this year. Sky Sport’s Cristiana Buonamano commented on the Azzurra team’s World Cup prospects and Paola Egonu “the monkey” described as.
Cristiana Buonamano for Paola’s Ego “You mentioned two monkeys, but you know I’ll add a third: the ego. Are you looking for an adjective, different, original. I don’t know how to be original.” He made a big scandal by using his words.
EGO: I HEAR PEOPLE INJURED EVEN IN THE METRO
Paola Egonu, the world-famous Italian volleyball player, told about the racist attacks she was subjected to in an interview with Corriere dello Sport. Egonu said, “It was very difficult in the beginning. A few fans insulted me, named me because of my color. It was disgusting, adults insulted me. But I heard it on the street, on the bus or even on the subway. I try to ignore it, it’s natural to have bad people.”
EGO: I’M DIFFERENT BECAUSE I THINK
Paola Egonu used the following statements in an interview with Corriere dello Sport;
“I’m different because I’m black and I think. It hurts me to hate homophobes and racists. Because I’m different. The first thing you notice is my skin color, my way of thinking, and it doesn’t matter how I think. There are a lot of girls who are in the same situation as me and feel lonely, they can’t see that light.” and they never take the first step. I wonder where this hatred started. Don’t try to understand each other. I’m a very emotional person and it hurts.”