Codacons denounces Ferragni for “blasphemy”, Fedez: “I missed them”

“I missed them.” Fedez commented so su Twitter the new Codacons offensive against his wife Chiara Ferragni. The consumer association denounced the entrepreneur for blasphemy and an offense to religious sentiment. The reason? The diffusion of an image in which Ferragni appears as a Madonna, and which, according to Codacons, “has generated indignation and horror in public opinion and on the web”. In addition to Ferragni’s Instagram, the photo was published in the weekly Vanity Fair, who made it.

“We present a complaint to the Public Prosecutor’s Office and to the Minister of Cultural Heritage Dario Franceschini so that they can intervene on what is not a provocation, but a serious lack of respect for Christians, for the entire religious world and for art in general – continued Codacons – The image depicting Ferragni in the role of a modern Madonna with child painted by Giovanni Battista Salvi known as Sassoferrato exploits the figure of the Madonna and the religion for commercial purposes, being known as Ferragni is a real money machine aimed at selling products, sponsoring commercial brands and inducing its followers to purchase this or that asset “. What the Consumer Movement defines “unworthy exploitation of the figure of the Madonna who sparked the protests of the entire Christian world” could – again according to Codacons – “realize criminally relevant cases for blasphemy and offense to religious sentiment, which is why the complaint is also sent to Pope Francis so that he can speak out against this squalid and useless provocation ».

It is not the first clash between the Condacons and the Ferragnez: the Consumer Movement denounced them for health fundraising organized through the Gofundme platform and pointed to the entrepreneur because her name had been compared to the next Sanremo Festival and, according to Codacons, it would be “a wrong choice for the company, which should identify more suitable models within programs aimed at a wide audience”.

September 27, 2020 (change September 27, 2020 | 23:08)



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