HBO suspends show of humorist involved in bigotry line with Mexican president

HBO suspends show of humorist involved in bigotry line with Mexican president

MEXICO CITY – Television arrange HBO Latin America has suspended the TV show of a Mexican entertainer who maddened President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and his better half with a comment about their kid.

Chumel Torres, a Mexican entertainer, has been at a focal point of a prejudice line as of late, which prompted an abdication of an administration authorities who sorted out a “classism and bigotry in Mexico” occasion where Torres was expected to talk. 

Lopez Obrador chastised the authorities for welcoming Torres to the occasion, which was dropped. The president’s better half Beatriz Gutierrez had disapproved of Torres poking a fun at her child by calling him “chocoflan,” alluding to the pastry which is half dark in shading and the other a large portion of a lighter tint. 

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HBO Latin America late on Friday said considering Torres’ web-based social networking remarks the system was “suspending transmission of CHUMEL CON CHUMEL TORRES until further notification, pending finish of an examination concerning these claims.” 

Torres has apologized for his comments however after the occasion was dropped on Wednesday said the right to speak freely of discourse was under danger in Mexico under Lopez Obrador.

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