It's Good for DiCaprio to Keep his Mouth Shut, Says Bolsonaro after The Actor's Speech about The Election

President Jair Bolsonaro (PL) on Tuesday (3) told actor Leonardo DiCaprio, a critic of his government, to "keep your mouth shut."

He had already tried to debate with DiCaprio on Twitter publicly, ironically responding to a post by the actor encouraging Brazilians to get their voter registration card.

The provocation on the social network repeats Bolsonaro's interaction with Anitta last month when the chief executive responded to a publication by the singer, and she blocked him. She has avowedly criticized his government.

The actor joined the campaign on social networks to encourage young Brazilians to get their voter registration card, whose deadline ends this Wednesday (4). On Tuesday, he even wrote in Portuguese on Twitter.

"DiCaprio has to know that the WTO president herself said that, without Brazilian agribusiness, the world would go hungry. So it's good for DiCaprio to keep his mouth shut there instead of talking nonsense around," Bolsonaro told supporters. in the playpen of the Palácio da Alvorada.

Translated by Kiratiana Freelon

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