Former BBB Paolo Andre says his son will undergo surgery and says: ‘I’m not feeling well’ | celebrities

Former BBB Paolo Andre says his son will undergo surgery and says: ‘I’m not feeling well’ |  celebrities

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Posted on 10/24/2023 at 1:36 pm

RIO – After facing criticism, Paulo Andre opened his heart and spoke out in videos posted on Instagram on Monday. The former BBB expressed his regret for the offensive messages he received for sharing a few moments of smiling, after he revealed that he was going through a difficult situation, and revealed that his two-year-old son would undergo another surgery. But he did not give more details about the reason for the operation.

“I recently posted on Twitter that I was going through a difficult situation. I didn’t want to do it, I don’t like doing it, because I believe that even those of us who have been exposed to this life, we deserve space and privacy but I was getting messages, even abusive messages, saying I can’t I support Flamingo because I was going through such a difficult time, that I couldn’t smile in a photo because I was going through a sensitive situation, and these messages she had upset me…” he began.

The athlete then explained that he was training for the Pan American Games, but preferred to return home to be with his son. “The situation that is happening is not with me. It is with my son, a matter related to his health. I don’t like to talk about it. This creates an incentive because of what happened to him at birth. It is not dangerous.” He continued: “The current situation, I want to keep everyone calm, but it is normal for me as a father, especially in light of everything he has been through, to feel very anxious. Unfortunately, he will undergo another surgery. Everything is under control.”

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Paulo Andre admitted that he was worried about the situation. “I am not well. Parents and elders know that we are anxious and unable to do things. I am getting better because the situation is under control,” he said.

The first surgery performed by the son of the PA was to correct an intestinal problem. The athlete said in his participation in the “BBB” that the little boy spent 21 days in the intensive care unit.

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