the unexpected and powerful mea culpa of Julio César Rodríguez in the midst of the rain report in Santiago – Publimetro Chile

the unexpected and powerful mea culpa of Julio César Rodríguez in the midst of the rain report in Santiago – Publimetro Chile
the unexpected and powerful mea culpa of Julio César Rodríguez in the midst of the rain report in Santiago – Publimetro Chile

Running to the side of the studio and ensuring that “They want to cut me, but I’m going to do my program separately here”the host of the morning show “With you in the morning” on Chilevisión, Julio César Rodríguez made an unexpected and powerful mea culpa in the middle of the rainy day this Wednesday, May 22 in Santiago.

It all happened when the meteorologist entered the studio Allison Göhler to do an upgrade of the front system and the rains that affect this Wednesday to Santiago and the central area of ​​the country, an instance in which the general call was for people to go out warm and take care of themselves, since it is known that the capital is quite vulnerable to flooding.

It was at that moment that half jokingly and half seriously, Julio César Rodríguez was quite “shocked” by the situation and called for “let’s stop the mess.” adding that the morning sessions themselves “are to blame” for people being afraid of the rain, leaving their colleagues in the studio surprised and “busy.”

JC Rodríguez’s mea culpa

“Let’s stop the leseo. You have to go out, put on your good parka, long underwear, socks, your boot, well prepared. But this editorial feels like the world is going to end. And we morning people are responsible for this. Let me finish. “Or are they going to cut me?” Julio César Rodríguez began by saying before the astonished look of Monserrat Álvarez and Allison Göhler, who did not know if it was a joke or if the thing was serious.

At that moment, JC ran to the side and continued saying “because they want to cut me, but I’m going to do my program separately here. But the morning ones, Every morning we are guilty and responsible for the fact that people do not live a normal life when it rains. Because when it rains you have to do things. Warmer and everything but things have to be done.”

He then closed his speech by pointing out that “You have to send your children to school, you have to work, you have to lead a normal life. and buy an umbrella“, he pointed out very emphatically, seconds before the morning show actually went to commercial.

 
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