Anna Lou Castoldi, daughter of Morgan and Asia Argento, has spoken out about her father’s recent homophobic remarks. During an interview on the TV show Verissimo, she stated that while she knows her father is not homophobic, using certain words as insults is vulgar and many people do it. Anna Lou, 21, had previously shared her own experiences as a member of the LGBTQ+ community and emphasized the importance of being mindful of the words we use, as they can cause harm to others.
The incident in question occurred at the end of August during a paid performance by Marco Castoldi at the Festival della bellezza in Selinunte. After a delayed start and a comment from the audience, Morgan became angry and used offensive language, including a homophobic slur. He later apologized on social media, stating that he was not proud of his words and that he is not homophobic.
During the interview, the topic also turned to Morgan’s return as a judge on the TV show XFactor, while Asia Argento was not invited back after her own scandal. When asked about this, Asia Argento suggested that there may have been a double standard due to her being a woman and the severity of the media scandal she was involved in. She stated that her exclusion from the show had become a source of strength for her.
Anna Lou’s comments highlight the need for greater awareness and sensitivity towards the LGBTQ+ community and the impact of offensive language. While she acknowledges that her father’s remarks were not reflective of his true beliefs, she emphasizes the importance of considering the consequences of our words. The interview also touched on the different treatment of men and women in the entertainment industry, raising questions about equality and fairness.
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