Criticism from Angy Fernández and other celebrities to Iker Jiménez after making fun of Nemo and non-binary people: “I stop following you”

Eurovision results always raise a wide variety of opinions.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
11 May 2024 Saturday 23:26
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Criticism from Angy Fernández and other celebrities to Iker Jiménez after making fun of Nemo and non-binary people: “I stop following you”

Eurovision results always raise a wide variety of opinions. This time it was no different. The song 'Zorra', which represented Spain in the contest, has both detractors and defenders. The same goes for Nemo, the representative of Switzerland and the brand new winner of the contest.

The presenter Iker Jiménez used sarcasm through his social networks with a comment that generated commotion and discomfort. Angy Fernández, actress and singer, was one who wanted to answer him and in a very blunt way.

The journalist has satirized the movement of non-binary people to which the singer belongs, writing: “We have been officially informed that Nemo is very 'excited'. He does not surprise us at all.”

Angy Fernández, known for her role in the popular series 'Física o Química', did not hesitate to express her opinion on the same platform. “Before she admired you… before. I know you don't care, but I wanted to tell you. I stop following you. I hope you have a little more respect. A hug,” the singer also wrote.

However, Angy Fernández was not the only one to criticize his behavior. Other users also expressed their disapproval: “Comments like these leave a lot to be desired. "I'm sorry if I'm interpreting it wrong, but I get the impression that you're making fun."

“You already sound like the typical drunk brother-in-law at the New Year's Eve after-dinner meal” or “We have been officially informed that you do a program about paranormal phenomena. "It doesn't surprise us at all," are some of the responses to his tweet.