Mexico.- The actress and producer Salma Hayek she does not forget her Mexican roots despite having lived abroad for many years, and the Rosca de Reyes It is a tradition that never fails in your home.
That is why this January 6th the star of hollywood He shared an image of his daughter about to bite the bagel, and accompanied the image with a message that some Internet users responded with criticism and scolding.
“Like every year, Valentina is always ready for the Rosca de Reyes and always takes out the doll. #HappyDay of the Kings”, wrote Salma.
Although many of her millions of followers celebrated that the woman from Veracruz did not forget her Mexican roots, there were those who were annoyed that she called the figure that represents the Child Jesus who comes inside the bagel a “doll”, which is considered a blessing to those who it touches him, although the tradition marks that he must invite the tamales on February 2, Candlemas day.
“It is not a doll, read the story and learn the correct name,” read one of the messages.
“Are you Mexican and you don’t know about traditions? He is Child God ”, was another comment.
Salma did not remain silent and responded strongly to the user, although she never lost her good humor.
“Lady, I have been eating that bagel for 56 years and finding bakers in all parts of the world who provide it to me. Of course I know that this doll represents the Child God, but it is not The Child God. It is a representative doll that, by the way, an aunt of mine accidentally swallowed on a day like this when I was a child. Long live the traditions!” Was the response of the Marvel heroine.
Hayek’s fans came out to defend her: “Oh, everyone in Mexico calls him the doll”, “They put ‘the child God’ and live in sin criticizing others”, were some of the messages.
ALL of us in Mexico call him ‘EL MUÑECO’, for God’s sake!!! Nobody says ‘aaaay I took the child God’ don’t be ridiculously religious race “, they wrote on the social network.
Salma, who is married to the French tycoon Francois-Henri Pinault since 2009, he also said that even if someone else has the child, it is his mother who always prepares the tamales for Candlemas Day.
“My mom ends up making the tamales because they look great on her. Above all, the Oaxacan ones. And when I say the doll, I mean the representative doll of the Child Jesus, because if I put the Child Jesus there is no shortage of people who tell me that the Child Jesus is sacred and that this is a plastic doll and they are also right. I already wanted my mommy’s tamales, “he added.