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Yalitza Aparicio DESTROYS people who criticize her for wearing luxury clothes

Yalitza Aparicio defended herself from the criticism she has received throughout her artistic career, since she is judged for being from an indigenous community.

Yalitza Aparicio DESTROYS people who criticize her for wearing luxury clothes

Yalitza Aparicio is becoming one of the outstanding Mexican women in the world of entertainment, for the same reason that she has also received criticism in this regard. It is so she, recently, she destroyed those who have judged her for wearing luxury clothes.

Since Yalitza Aparicio debuted as an artist in the film Roma, by director Alfonso Cuarón, she became a celebrity, thus becoming a representative image of indigenous communities in entertainment both nationally and internationally, because before being famous, He was a member of an indigenous community from Oaxaca.

Yalitza Aparicio defends herself from criticism for wearing branded clothing

Recently, Yalitza Aparicio went to an interview with influencer Juanpa Zurita, in which they touched on various points in the star’s life and how her days took a 180° turn since she performed in Rome.

On different occasions, the actress has been seen on red carpets and at international events where she wears dazzling outfits designed by prestigious brands, but she is also seen proudly wearing garments from her indigenous community.

Given this, Yalitza Aparicio pointed out that she has always received criticism for wearing luxury clothing brands and belonging to an indigenous community.

“It is my means to communicate what I want. I have been judged for the type of clothes I wear, how I dress and how I behave because I come from an indigenous community. Tell me a justification and a logical reason why I can’t wear branded clothing.”

Likewise, Yalitza Aparicio questioned people for ignoring those who wear indigenous clothing and at the same time criticizing people belonging to these communities.

“Why do people who do not believe they are indigenous appropriate our clothing, show it off on social networks when they are offending the other side? Why can they use our clothes, but you can’t use brand name clothes? My people, because we are more indigenous, we can also afford to wear branded clothing. This is not a limitation, we have the freedom to use, carry, whatever we want”

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Written by Sapna Verma

Linguist-translator by education. I have been working in the field of advertising journalism for over 10 years.

For over 7 years in journalism. Half of them are as editor. My weakness is doing mini-investigations on new topics.

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