Lola Melnyck explains why she would not return to Chile – Publimetro Chile

Lola Melnyck explains why she would not return to Chile – Publimetro Chile
Lola Melnyck explains why she would not return to Chile – Publimetro Chile

There is no doubt that the springboard to fame in Chile for Lola Melnyck It was the “Morandé con Compañía” program.. The Ukrainian dancer and television presenter He arrived at the Mega space in 2002 and his particular foreign accent attracted the curious glances of a large number of fans.

In this way, by virtue of her beauty, talent and charisma, she ended up being a prominent figure in that and other small screen programs. Nevertheless, In 2010 he emigrated permanently to Brazil.

The affection that it aroused in some Chileans has overcome temporal and geographical barriers. Her most loyal fans still follow her on social networks, platforms in which Lola is usually very active and, as usual, she uses to chat with them and answer questions. according to La Cuarta slogan.

In the well-known Instagram question box, a follower asked him a key question: “Why is it that every time they ask you about Chile you respond with annoyance? Any bad experiences?” His response did not go unnoticed.

“What I experienced in Chile was the worst of my life”

Although in 2017, the former “Morandé con Compañía” girl spoke with the aforementioned media and assured that the time spent in our country was “a very good and important stage for me. Everything I experienced in Chile helped me become the woman I am today. If tomorrow they offer me to work here again, I would be delighted,” the opinion that the user pointed out on social networks last weekend is very far from that opinion.

“Look, I’m really sorry if I seem upset every time you ask me.“, he began his words, apologizing for his attitude.

“But I already clarified it several times. And yes, I don’t have just one bad experience. The truth is, what I experienced in Chile was the worst of my life, so it is clear that I have no absurd affection for that time and that I have no desire to return, or anything like that,” he sentenced.

“I had the truth that terrible experiences, the worst. So that’s it, but don’t take it personally.” He wanted to clarify.

Although Melnyck did not specify what those “bad experiences” were in our land, some remained in press records. Like what happened in 2005, when he was the victim of a million-dollar robbery in his home in Las Condes, in which items – including clothing, jewelry, electronic devices and other objects – valued at around 20 million Chilean pesos were stolen.

 
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