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Meet the strippers working to unionize a Los Angeles dive bar

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The strippers who have worked at Star Garden describe it as a Lynchian dive bar full of personality and dancer camaraderie. They say that’s why they’re willing to fight so hard for better working conditions there.

Outside a dive bar advertising topless dancers on a recent Friday night in North Hollywood, a dancer who goes by her stage name, Reagan, sees her cue.

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Before a car full of patrons can enter the parking lot of Star Garden, she cozies up to the driver’s side window. She tells the group of four men why the bar — her former workplace — doesn’t deserve their business.

«We do want to dance. We love it in there,» Reagan tells the friends. But, turning on the flirt, she encourages them to instead dance with her co-workers on the sidewalk. «We’re fighting for safer working conditions.»

If their union election succeeds, the Star Garden dancers would become the first strippers ever represented by the Actors’ Equity Association. For many, it validates stripping as a legitimate form of work and performance.

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Reagan is among a group of former Star Garden employees who began striking outside the club six months ago. Since then, the dancers have taken their performances outside — picketing, putting on costumed runway shows and deterring customers from entering a space that they say failed to protect them.

They allege that security fails to intervene when belligerent customers threaten and physically assault dancers, that dancers are filmed without consent and that arbitrary rules and quotas govern their job security. After two dancers asked management to take basic measures to address their safety concerns, the dancers say, they were fired in retaliation. Those firings were the final push that drove the group of Star Garden dancers to take the first leap in an effort to unionize.

On March 18, 15 of the club’s 23 employees at the time delivered a petition to Star Garden’s owners stating their demands. When they attempted to meet with their bosses at the club the next day to discuss their grievances, the dancers said, they were locked out.

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NPR spoke to eight dancers for this story, all of whom said that they were contract employees and that they were unfairly terminated for raising safety and privacy concerns with management. They spoke to NPR on the condition that they be identified by only their stage names to protect their safety and privacy. All the dancers said they use the term «stripper» to describe their work and often use the label interchangeably with «dancer.»

All the dancers NPR spoke to said conditions are the same if not worse at other clubs. But they describe Star Garden as special in that it’s a Lynchian dive bar full of personality and dancer camaraderie. They say that’s why they’re willing to fight so hard for better working conditions there.

Their approach is a novel one. In August, after several months of striking, the dancers filed for a union election through the Actors’ Equity Association, a union that represents actors and stage managers on Broadway and at prominent theater venues. To start the unionization process, Actors’ Equity lawyers will have to convince the National Labor Relations Board that the locked-out dancers were employees who were wrongfully terminated.

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Dancers allege that management tried to foster a competitive environment and discourage friendships among them. But they felt it was essential to stick up for one another in the face of unsafe working conditions.

Andrea Hoeschen, the union’s general counsel, said it’s clear that strippers need the protections afforded by a union for the same host of reasons as do actors and stage managers.

«Safety onstage, safe backstage areas, sanitary backstage areas, having the employer take some responsibility for the behavior of audience members, making sure people aren’t filmed or harassed by audience members, and that when any of those problems arise, that there is accountability on the part of the employer,» Hoeschen told NPR.

If the dancers are successful, the Star Garden workers will become the only strippers in the U.S. to be represented by a union, according to Actors’ Equity, which represents more than 51,000 workers.

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They’re not the first group of strippers to take the union path. The Star Garden dancers take direct inspiration from a unionization effort 25 years ago led by strippers at the Lusty Lady, a defunct peep show in San Francisco that unionized when the strippers joined the Service Employees International Union.

Many of the Star Garden dancers say a strip club run as a co-op is the ultimate goal — which is just what the Lusty Lady strippers did when they bought out the venue in 2003. But rising rent prices and the lure of online pornography made it difficult to keep the lights on, forcing the club to shut down in 2013.

The Star Garden dancers’ effort is part of a larger movement in recent months by workers who are seeking unionization for better labor protections.

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«I definitely see it as an aftershock of COVID,» Reagan said. «People going back to work are just realizing what they’re worth and realizing what they deserve.»

The club’s owners, Stepan «Steve» Kazaryan and Yevgenya «Jenny» Kazaryan, have not responded to multiple calls from NPR about the allegations described by the dancers. Joshua Kaplan, a lawyer reportedly representing the club, has not responded to multiple contact attempts.

For now, the dancers will be out on the sidewalk, trying to upset the club’s bottom line.

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More often than not, the dancers say, their deterrence tactics work to turn away business. But that one car of friends ended up going into the club that night.

Reagan shrugged: «Everyone needs a different touch,» she said.

Reagan (she/her)

When Reagan first started giving interviews to media covering the dancers’ strike, she often hid her long red hair with wigs. More recently, though, as she has leaned into her role as an activist, the wigs have been coming off.

When the COVID-19 pandemic forced Star Garden to close in 2020, Reagan, like many workers, took her business online. She and her fellow dancers started hosting virtual shows.

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«It was like a revelation,» Reagan said. «We realized that we have the know-how, the tools to create a community and an environment that we feel safe in and that we can perform and make money.»

Online, she said, the talent ran the show. The performers could block a customer if they were being harassed, instead of waiting around for security to step in.

The time spent away from the club, she said, was a «wake-up call» to the pervasive safety issues that she said came into sharper focus when she returned.

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Reagan said she was fired after standing up for herself to a manager who was joking about a customer killing her.

Now, to stay afloat emotionally and financially, she’s continuing to host the virtual performances.

Reagan has been stripping for over a decade. For her, it hasn’t been difficult to draw a separation between her private and public-performer lives. That distinction is now becoming muddier, however, as her public profile as an activist melds with her performer persona in the spotlight of the strike.

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Outside of stripping, Reagan is a theater performer who is already represented by Actors’ Equity. It’s serendipitous, she said, that those two worlds are forming one, and it validates her belief that strippers are stage performers.

Wicked (she/her)

Wicked, an experienced dancer, said she took joy in taking «baby strippers» under her wing. Though managers allegedly told newbies to ignore her advice, Wicked said she taught them how to work the room.

Wicked is a self-described theater kid — a performer.

«You are a one-woman show when you’re out there to make your money,» she said.

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And for a while, she truly was. Star Garden hired her in July 2021, and for her first eight weeks, she said, she danced in the club alone. As more strippers got brought on board, she held out hope that club conditions would improve.

The conditions, she said, included holes in the stage, a broken pole, shattered glass on the ground and a general lack of cleanliness. Star Garden owners and managers, who she said also took shifts as bartenders and security guards, didn’t rush to address her concerns.

«They filled a lot of roles and cut a lot of corners doing that,» Wicked said. «And in cutting so many corners, they made us less safe.»

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Week by week, month after month, working conditions deteriorated, she said.

«You could tell security, ‘This guy just tried to shove his finger in me,’ and you’d be met with a blank stare,» Wicked said. «That happened to me multiple times.»

Feeling that they couldn’t rely on security, the dancers warned and protected each other from customers and management.

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After two dancers were fired in the span of a couple of days, the Star Garden strippers felt they were running out of options. They presented their petition to management and took to the picket line when barred from reentering the club.

The support of the nonprofit Strippers United and, now, Actors’ Equity has been critical to keeping their momentum going, Wicked said.

«We made it five months, which in labor terms is colossal,» she said in August. «It’s a very long time to continue picketing and continue staying strong on these lines.»

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Selena (she/her) and Tess (she/they)

Selena said understanding the power of legal support and representation during the dancers’ union drive has deeply impacted her. She recently changed her major and now wants to become a lawyer. Here, she counts money from a stripper co-op show at The Federal, a nightclub in North Hollywood.

When she wears her hair down, Selena often gets compared to the late Tejano pop star Selena Quintanilla, so choosing a stage name to «represent the queen herself» was an obvious choice.

Selena started dancing two years ago. A difficult financial situation had left her living out of her car, and she felt like stripping could offer the flexibility to pay her bills and still go to school.

«I could take a week off dancing because I was focused on [finals] week, and I’ve never had any job do that before,» she said.

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Her new job also allowed her to explore different sides of herself.

«I’m very masc outside of being a stripper,» she explained. «As soon as I step into the strip club, I can be as femme as I want. It’s really liberating and really beautiful to be in an environment where that’s appreciated.»

Selena landed at Star Garden in January, becoming its only Latina dancer. That didn’t immediately raise red flags — it meant good money. But the more she talked to her Star Garden co-workers, most of whom were white, the more she felt uncomfortable with how her new employers seemed to be tokenizing her.

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And slowly, she said, the things she valued most about her career as a stripper — the freedom, the independence, the self-expression — started eroding. In March, Selena hit a breaking point.

She said she was fired, with no clear explanation why, after asking a customer to stop filming one of her co-workers.

Striking and organizing takes a huge toll, especially as one of the few people of color on the team, she said.

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Tess is no stranger to these feelings and financial hardship. Tess started dancing at Star Garden years ago, when it was under different ownership. Then, after a three-year hiatus from the stripping scene, she returned last August.

«The money was good,» they said. «But then, weird things started happening.»

For example, she said, Jenny Kazaryan would close down the stage show if the strippers were not selling enough lap dances. When you do that at a stage club, Tess explained, part of the clientele is going to get up and leave.

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In February, they fell off the pole during a performance — a combination of circumstances, they said, that included an unkempt stage and a lack of rags to clean off the pole between dancers. Jenny’s son drove Tess to the hospital, but she never received any sort of compensation or financial support. Tess said management didn’t give her a copy of the contract she signed at hiring, so she didn’t know whether she was entitled to any benefits or protections.

A few weeks later, they showed up in a sling to sign the petition for improved safety.

Now, Tess financially supports her family through several streams of income. But they make it out to the picket line as much as possible and take pride in producing and performing in stripper co-op shows. She also runs the strike’s Twitter account.

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Like Selena, Tess, who is of Asian descent, is one of a few people of color in their movement. That’s because nearly all the Star Garden dancers are white and none are Black — a fact that has resulted in a backlash against the strippers’ unionization effort,

The dancers say they saw Black dancers being turned away and allege that Star Garden’s management engaged in racist hiring practices.

«That wasn’t up to us. It’s not our fault that the club hired light-skinned and white women, because that’s what they wanted,» Tess said.

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She said she is dedicated to centering Black voices in the Star Garden unionization effort. That could be achieved in part, she says, by including anti-racist hiring language in their union contract so that Star Garden would hire Black dancers. She says it would also include listening to Black strippers and sex-work activists who have criticized the unionization effort, and then taking those concerns into consideration moving forward.

At the end of the day, Selena said, she enjoys being a stripper — and wants to do it safely at Star Garden. Stripping has taught her to take better care of herself, physically and mentally, and she’s proud to wear the title.

«It’s a way to take out the stigma, and it seems like people are so afraid to say ‘stripper’ because it feels like there is a negative connotation or a cynical meaning to it,» she said. «But this is what a stripper looks like, you know? And the more that we say it, the more normalized it will become.»

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Charlie (she/they)

Charlie said she sees stripping as a career that doesn’t take a back seat to her day job. «It’s super-hard, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like it,» she said. «It doesn’t mean I wouldn’t fight for it.»

Charlie started working at Star Garden in January. Though it wasn’t Charlie’s first strip club, bar managers assumed she was a «baby stripper» — and soon she started navigating what she calls «arbitrary rules and quotas» that she said she’d never experienced at other workplaces.

To get scheduled on weekend shifts, which made the most money, she said club owners required that she work on weeknights too. This meant wrapping up her 9-to-5, rushing to the club by 6 p.m. and dancing until close at 2 a.m.

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«It did awful things to my brain and my body,» they explained. «And I would go to work in the morning and just do it all again because they told me I had to, and I didn’t want to lose my job.»

When the club locked out the dancers, Charlie once again found herself bouncing between gigs to stay afloat. She said stripping helps her find her voice, to speak up for herself and communicate with her clients about their physical and emotional needs.

«[Stripping] is so incredibly multifaceted. It’s a performance from all parties, not just us,» they said. «The men that come in here, they get to be a different version of themselves.»

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It’s not just Star Garden that’s riddled with workplace safety concerns, they said. There aren’t better options in the industry — the only solution she sees, for now, is to unionize, she added.

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Los 14 mejores personajes de ‘Cyberpunk: Edgerunners’

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¡Atención a todos los gonks y chooms de Night City! Estamos clasificando a todos los personajes en Corredores de filo ciberpunk! La adaptación al anime de Netflix de CD Projekt Red’s Ciberpunk 2077, tiene a todos enganchados por su animación colorida y de ritmo rápido, escenas de lucha llenas de acción, y está relacionado con el juego cyberpunk de ciencia ficción de 2020. Con un elenco de personajes coloridos que seguramente darán algunos de los mejores personajes en Ciberpunk 2077 una carrera por su dinero, los mejores personajes de Corredores de filo ciberpunk van a ser los que no solo dejaron su huella en Night City como leyendas, sino también en nosotros por sus personalidades únicas y dinámicas y su total rudeza atravesando la ciudad forajida.

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Edgerunner personajes como David y Lucy se destacan como algunos de los mejores personajes de Edgerunners por su papel en la historia y su viaje. Mientras tanto, los personajes favoritos de los fanáticos, como Rebecca y Maine, se ganaron a los fanáticos por su personalidad encantadora y sus alborotos exagerados. Luego están personajes como Adam Smasher y Rogue que hicieron cameos en la serie, pero se consideran de primer nivel en sus papeles. 2077. Cual Edgerunner ciberpunk personaje crees que es el mejor?

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Artista combina tejido y pintura digital para crear fascinantes obras de arte (10 fotos)

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Faith Humphrey Hill es una retratista que combina herramientas digitales modernas y técnicas de pintura tradicionales para crear sus innovadores retratos tejidos. Antes de empezar a compaginar el tejido y el dibujo digital hace cinco años, la artista se adentraba exclusivamente en el óleo y el carboncillo. En una entrevista con Desordeñadola artista nos dijo que su tema siempre ha sido trabajar desde la vida de manera representacional.

Faith comenzó su sitio web, para descubrir rápidamente «artistas, obras de arte y teoría del arte, así como experimentar con medios artísticos». Echa un vistazo a algunas de sus maravillosas obras en la galería a continuación.

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Fuente de la imagen: Faith Humphrey Hill

El artista explicó aún más: “Antes de mi serie Knit Print, mi tejido consistía en objetos funcionales, como calcetines y suéteres. Mi cuerpo de trabajo actual incluye Knit Prints, que tiene una fotografía de un tejido de punto en capas debajo de un dibujo digital, Knit Art, que incluye el tejido de punto físicamente en capas debajo de una plantilla o impresión 3D, Knit Tapestries, que son 6 colores a gran escala (hasta 7 pies de altura) retratos de tela de punto; y Knit Animations, donde cada fotograma se teje y se dibuja de forma independiente”.

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Faith se inspiró para crear su serie Knit Print a partir de una experiencia que tuvo exhibiendo sus dibujos. El artista reveló: “Mientras estaba en la exhibición, estaba tejiendo calcetines mientras hablaba con los invitados. La gente seguía comentando sobre mi tejido recordando su experiencia con el medio. Volví al estudio al día siguiente y reflexioné sobre las palabras que decían sobre el tejido. Palabras como “calidez”, “confort”, “abrazo”, “protección”. Sabía que quería asociar esas palabras con los rostros que represento. Entonces, fui en busca de una manera de combinar los dos medios. Descubrí que la combinación de tejido y herramientas digitales me parece auténtica. Vivo mi vida con implantes de metal en mi corazón ya lo largo de mi columna. Como persona, soy una mezcla entre lo orgánico y lo inorgánico… así debería ser mi arte”.

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La artista también compartió su proceso para crear estampados de punto:

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“1. Selecciono una cara a menudo a través de un recurso de artista a artista donde se proporcionan fotos de referencia para usar en obras de arte.

2. El retrato se dibuja a mano alzada utilizando capas y herramientas digitales.

3. Una vez que el dibujo esté completo, exportaré la capa «debajo» (dejando intactas las capas de línea y sombreado) a una aplicación que crea un patrón de tejido.

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4. Tejo la tela usando entre 4 y 6 colores de hilo en una máquina de tejer antigua.

5. Para las impresiones de punto, el tejido de punto se bloquea, se fotografía y se vuelve a colocar en capas digitalmente debajo de la capa sombreada.

Un proceso similar se realiza repetidamente para la serie Knit Animation. Knit Tapestries y Knit Art exhiben el tejido físico y siguen un proceso ligeramente diferente para el paso 5 detallado anteriormente”.

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Faith dijo: “Me encanta trabajar de esta manera, no solo puedo equilibrar mi formación tradicional en dibujo y tejido, sino que también puedo jugar con tecnología nueva y antigua. Después de todo, el proceso se siente genuino para mí con mis implantes, la tecnología es parte de lo que soy. También me encanta trabajar con mis sujetos de retrato. Me encanta que sean extraños para mí, no puedo pensar en un tema más digno. Pasar todo ese tiempo con alguien que no conozco desarrolla empatía y aprecio por los demás”.

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“Crezco conectado con todos los sujetos de mis retratos y siento que deben ser exhibidos y celebrados. Estudiar sus rostros me ayuda a descubrir nuestras similitudes como personas, una empatía que espero también resuene en el espectador”, agregó.

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Hasbulla Magomedovtambién conocido como Mini Khabib por su parecido con el luchador de MMA Kabib Nurmagomedov, es un bloguero ruso de 18 años con un trastorno genético desconocido que lo hace parecer un niño de cinco años. Comenzó a publicar contenido cómico en Instagram en noviembre del 2020 y ganó una importante base de fanáticos durante los siguientes seis meses después de que varios clips de su Instagram se volvieran virales en TikTok. Hasbulla tiene más de 460.000 seguidores en Instagram a partir de julio de 2021. La carrera de lucha de Hasbulla está a cargo de Askhab Tamaev.

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Historia

Hasbulla nació en una fecha desconocida en 2003 en Daguestán, Rusia. Hasbulla supuestamente sufre de deficiencia de la hormona del crecimiento, o GHD, que ha tenido desde su nacimiento. Esto impidió que Hasbulla creciera a una altura reportada de 3′ 4″. Hasbulla comenzó a publicar en Instagram en noviembre del 2020 bajo la cuenta @Hasbulla. Obtuvo una cantidad significativa de fanáticos a través de TikTok a partir de abril del 2021 cuando los usuarios comenzaron a publicar videos de él. y utilícelos en varios memes (los ejemplos se muestran a continuación, a la izquierda y a la derecha).



Parte del contenido más popular de Hasbulla lo ve haciéndose pasar por el luchador de MMA Kabib Nurmagomedov, con quien algunas personas creen que está relacionado (se muestra a continuación). Esto llevó a muchos a llamar a Hasbulla «Mini Kabib». Hasbulla se ha inclinado notablemente hacia el contenido con temas de lucha, a menudo visto en el boxeo de sombra, la lucha y el entrenamiento.

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En abril, comenzaron a circular imágenes de Nurmagomedov y Hasbulla cenando y tomándose fotos juntos (que se muestran a continuación). Los dos se hicieron amigos y Hasbulla pronto se inspiró para entrenar y convertirse en un luchador de MMA.

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Hasbulla contra Abdu Rozik

El 15 de mayo, Hasbulla publicó una imagen de sí mismo enfrentándose a Rozik en Instagram, anunciando que estarían peleando (se muestra a continuación). En los días siguientes, Hasbulla, Rozik y el luchador ruso de MMA Asxab Tamaev, quien es el gerente de peleas de Hasbulla y el oficiante de la pelea, la promovieron, generando interés viral.


El 17 de mayo, Tamaev publicó una conferencia de prensa previa a la pelea de 37 minutos de duración entre los dos en la que discuten y pelean físicamente varias veces en YouTube, obteniendo más de 11 millones de visitas en 10 días (como se muestra a continuación).

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La pelea aún no se ha llevado a cabo, aunque se rumorea que ya sucedió. Tamaev publicó varios videos publicitándolo en junio (el ejemplo se muestra a continuación). No se ha fijado una fecha oficial.

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Hasbulla contra Tain

El 18 de junio de 2021, Асхаб Тамаев publicó un video en YouTube entrevistando a otro luchador enano llamado Tain, supuestamente promocionándolo como la próxima pelea de Hasbulla (que se muestra a continuación).

Respaldo de Jair Bolsonaro

El 1 de octubre de 2022, Hasbulla publicó un tuit (visto a continuación) expresando su apoyo al presidente brasileño Jair Bolsonaro y su campaña de reelección. El tuit recibió casi 76.000 me gusta en el transcurso de un día.

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Cripto Hasbulla NFT @Hasbulla_NFT.  1 de octubre ¡Buena suerte a mi amigo el presidente @jairbolsonaro mañana!  Go Brazil 2,351 16.3K 75.5K ←]: Sonrisa Rueda Neumático Fotografía con flash Automóvil Neumático automotriz Genial Puerta del vehículo Feliz Iluminación automotriz Niño pequeño

Jair Bolsonaro, quien ha sido presidente de Brasil desde 2019, es un líder de extrema derecha que ha cuestionado la integridad de las elecciones del 2 de octubre de 2022 y sugirió que no dejaría el cargo si es derrotado. Bolsonaro también ha sido ampliamente criticado por su papel en la deforestación de la Amazonía y el ataque a las instituciones democráticas en Brasil.

Bolsonaro respondió al tuit de Hasbulla, agradeciéndole su apoyo e invitándolo a Brasil. Hasbullah y Bolsonaro tuvieron un breve intercambio de respuestas (visto a continuación).


proda ER Jair M. Bolsonaro 2 2 Candidato à Presidência do Brasil 274 Respondiendo a @Hasbulla_NFT - Gracias, mi gran amiguito @Hasbulla_NFT.  Espero verte en Brasil muy pronto.  @jairbolsonaro.  23h 2,720 104 Crypto Hasbulla NFT Respondiendo a @jairbolsonaro ¡Sí, pronto celebraremos juntos!  376 26.8K @Hasbulla_NFT - 23h : 5,481 ... Fuente

Varios carteles criticaron a Hasbulla por su apoyo a Bolsonaro, como @doubledoink de Twitter, que recibió más de 3.700 me gusta por imaginar la muerte de Hasbulla en las garras de buitres pertenecientes al destacado crítico de Bolsonaro Glenn Greenwald (abajo a la izquierda) y @gayest_tone (abajo derecha) que recibió casi 200 me gusta por llamar a Hasbulla un «erudito islámico de derecha», ambos el 2 de octubre de 2022.

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The Boston Strategizer (TONE SETTER) @doulbedoink 21h Jair Bolsonaro: ¡Gracias por respaldarme, mi pequeño amigo!  ¡Espero verte pronto de visita en Brasil!  Hasbulla (siendo secuestrada por la manada de buitres entrenados por Glenn Greenwald): AAAAIIIIEEEEEEEEEE 22 238 .  3710 fuente Gayest Tone @gayest_tone · 19h Es muy divertido que Hasbullah sea en realidad un erudito islámico de derecha cuyo mayor interés es simplemente leer el Corán Crypto Hasbulla NFT @Hasbulla_NFT.  1 de octubre ¡Buena suerte a mi amigo el presidente @jairbolsonaro mañana!  Vamos Brazil [] 4 3 181 Neumático Rueda Sonrisa Producto Automóvil Vehículo Neumático automotriz Fotografía con flash Vehículo de motor Puerta del vehículo

Otros se criticaron a sí mismos por su inversión en el escándalo muy en línea, publicando sobre cuán profundamente en línea parecía toda la situación, como @ctol_ que publicó sobre el tema el 2 de octubre de 2022 y recibió quince Me gusta.


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Presencia en línea

Hasbulla es ampliamente reconocido en línea, particularmente en TikTok, donde sus clips se vuelven a publicar con frecuencia sin procesar y con texto o efectos adicionales con gran éxito (los ejemplos se muestran a continuación, a la izquierda y a la derecha).



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Más allá de TikTok, Hasbulla es objeto de memes en las redes sociales, y a menudo aparece en compilaciones que lo elogian.

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Pitzá

Pitzá se refiere a un video viral del influencer ruso Hasbulla Magomedov, comiendo una porción de pizza, diciendo primero «pizza» en un tono agudo. Hasbulla tiene un trastorno de crecimiento genético que lo deja a 3 pies de altura. El video se publicó en el Instagram de Hasbulla en junio de 2021 y se volvió viral en el transcurso del mes (se muestra a continuación).

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