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La venganza de Toñi Salazar tras su polémica salida de «Supervivientes»

Desde que las Azúcar Moreno decidieran abandonar la isla de «Supervivientes», han estado recibiendo un sinfín de críticas. Después de unos días en silencio, Toñi Salazar entró este sábado en «Socialité» para mostrar su indignación ante todo lo que está escuchando sobre ella y su hermana Encarna: «Se dicen cosas que son alucinantes», confiesa y alega que se han sentido humilladas al ser calificadas como «liantas». El último que ha acudido a un plató para desenmascarar a las cantantes ha sido Ángel, un guitarrista que giró con las Azúcar Moreno. Según el mismo afirmó en «Sálvame», trabajar con ellas «le llevó directamente el psicólogo». «Me han chuleado. A mí y a otros doce. Lo que pasa es que están callados», añadió. La cantante no ha tenido ningún pudor a la hora de contestarle: «De verdad no te da vergüenza hacer esto con lo que hemos hecho por ti. Un tío que ha sido amigo nuestro nueve años, que ha comido con nosotras. Que de repente salga diciendo todas esas barbaridades, pues estamos descolocadas sinceramente». Algunos aseguran que todas estas polémicas que se están generando entorno a las Azúcar Moreno les viene muy bien para promocionar su gira. «A ellas la tele ya no les importa. Lo que quieren es hacer bolos», aseguró Mila Ximénez esta semana en «Sálvame». Sin embargo, a Jorge Javier lo que le asombró fue el poquísimo tiempo que pasó entre su salida y la promoción de su nuevo single. «Lo hemos hecho fatal. Ya lo hemos dicho. Pero de ahí a que te humillen, a que te digan que eres una estafadora, que eres una montajista, hay una diferencia brutal. (...) Antes de irnos a 'Supervivientes' nosotras teníamos un montón de fechas. Nos apetecía tanto la historia que dijimos pues si perdemos un poco de dinero, tampoco pasa nada», contestó. Incluso uno de sus vecinos ha asegurado al programa que el robo de su casa ha sido un montaje. «El valor de todo lo que se han llevado de la casa de Toñi asciende a más de 100.000 euros», anunciaba María Patiño. «Ostras. Que hemos abandonado un reality. Que hemos a lo mejor defraudado a la audiencia, vale. Hemos asumido hasta la penalización. Pero es que se están diciendo cosas que son alucinantes», concluía en el programa presentado por María Patiño.
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