Nataniel Sánchez returned from Spain, the country where he lived for the last 4 years and, during his visit to his native Peru, the actress attended an interview for the YouTube channel “Soy Jackie Ford”, which was directed by the Peruvian choreographer Arthur Chumbe.
There, the actress who embodied Fernanda de las Casas in “In the background there is a place” spoke about her past in the television series, her love affairs with celebrities, the friction she had with a former cheerleader as a child and, in addition, she referred to the controversial case of Andrés Wiese and Mayra Couto. Couto publicly denounced Wiese for allegedly having sexually harassed her.
What did Nathaniel Sanchez say?
“What do you think of the scandals that happened within the recordings with your colleagues? There was a very big controversy with Andrés Wiese and Mayra Couto. If you had seen something very strong, would you have gone out to the protest?” Jackie Ford asked the interpreter.
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Faced with the interviewer’s question, Nataniel Sánchez expressed his opinion. “On that subject, it seems to me that You have to be very careful with your opinion, since we can neither be in Mayra’s skin nor in Andrés’s skin.”.
“What infuriates me is the ease with which people open their mouths to give their opinion, when they both have families and are the only ones who can know the truth (…). If I had seen something, some injustice, of lack of respect (…) I do not stay silent and I will never turn a blind eye to something that seems unfair or incorrect”, added the actress.
Nataniel Sánchez omits criticism for his Spanish accent
As a consequence of living in Barcelona, Nataniel Sánchez has begun to use a Spanish accent, a fact for which he has been harshly criticized on social networks. However, to the misfortune of her detractors, the young woman stated that she would not stop speaking that way until she perfected her dialect.
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“I’m not going to stop until I really speak like a Spaniard”, Sánchez revealed to interviewer Jackie Ford.