Sthephanie Cayo defends herself after criticism of “Love and Fire”: “I don’t like feeling attacked”

Stephanie Key It has become news in the last hours after the reaction she had in front of the “Love and Fire” reporters who approached her to ask her about her sentimental situation. The national actress was obviously uncomfortable in front of the press, for which Rodrigo Gonzalez and Gigi Miter began to criticize her and call her a “diva” for her conduct.

The followers of the show program also joined these comments that seem to have reached the ears of the artist. Through the stories of her Instagram account, the member of the Cayo clan defended herself against these attacks and clarified why she reacted the way she saw herself.

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Stephanie Cayo defends herself against criticism

In these published videos, Stephanie Cayo pointed out that she usually sets healthy boundaries in her life, which is why she felt invaded when the “Love and Fire” reporters approached her. Likewise, she asked people not to judge her without first knowing her or without knowing in detail what exactly happened with any event.

“I think the easiest thing is to judge. Right now they are judging me, they are judging how I speak, they are judging what I have worn, they are judging how I look. Because? Because it makes you feel protected and all you’re doing is limiting yourself. So, the easiest thing to do is to say that this person is a fool or that she thinks she is a diva or a goddess, but we have not stopped to reflect on what she has gone through, how they made her feel. We have to think a little before making any judgment, ”she began.

“For those of you who don’t know me, I am a person who sets her healthy boundaries very clear and I find that to be healthy. I ask them to respect me, I don’t like feeling attacked, I don’t like being invasive with me, I don’t like people I don’t know coming with cameras on me and taking it for granted that I have to answer. That seems disrespectful to me,” she added.