Emanuel Andrade's controversial comments about Venezuelan celebrities


November 27, 2018 10:35
Updated November 27, 2018 23:05

Emanuel Andrade, son of former government treasurer former President Hugo Chavez, Alejandro Andrade, made a controversial publication on Tuesday in which Venezuelan celebrities were seen supporting Seguros La Vitalicia, whose owner Raúl Gorrín, accused of having committed American acts of corruption.

In Andrade's publication, Sergio Novelli, a television presenter, along with Miss Universe 2008, Dayana Mendoza and Venezuelan comedian Luis Chataing, were seen advertising the Seguros La Vitalicia company.

"It's nice to talk about someone's straw when you benefit from the same thing," Andrade said on his Instagram.

Raúl Gorrín was accused of giving Alejandro Andrade a bribe of one billion dollars as part of a corruption scaffold to guarantee the acquisition of foreign currency at special prices and sell it in parallel markets at higher prices.


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