Miss Bimbo's Hard Life Story: 'I'm Appropriate'

Miss Bimbo’s Hard Life Story: ‘I’m Appropriate’

Miss Bimbo’s Hard Story: She Said It Was Appropriate

The sixth season of PH, can we talk It started two weeks ago with new segments that connect with emotion and playfulness. On the third shipment Andy Kusnetzoff received five new guests and like every Saturday, offered slogans and invited them to come to the meeting point so that they could testify.

“Let those who had solid relations with their parents come to the front,” the driver offered. And it was the actress and comedian María Virginia Godoy, better known as Miss Bimbo on his social media, who came forward and moved everyone with his life story.

Where to start? There are people who made love for me to exist. I don’t know anything about these people. i am suitable a term that is still associated with dictatorship but any adoption that is not legal is considered appropriation. Virginie Luque and Lionel Godoy, we send them a little kiss, they raised me“, he said in relation to the tango singer and the journalist specializing in tango. “My mother was born in the year 27, when I entered her life, my mother removed ten years from the document. At home, I was in a dressing gown and sunglasses, I answered the phone and I I said ‘speak.’ He invented delivery before it existed. A diva when divas didn’t exist,” she said of the woman who raised her, who was already a well-known personality of the national culture at that time.

I found out 3 days after coming to this family I always knew the whole truth. We are three million people in this country who have no data on our identity. I was born in the Termas de Río Hondo apparently it was a modality: they fed the girls so that they would conceive a baby, they lied to them that their children had not been born or that they were of another sex to deceive them”, he said to the surprise of the rest of the guests: Nicolás Riera, Rafael Ferro, Valeria Lynch and Analía Franchín.

According to the comedian, his arrival at primary school was a turning point: “I always noticed that it was not the same, it is neither better nor worse, but my life was not the same as that of the rest of the boys. I started asking questions in elementary school about my origins. My mom took me to school two blocks away with a balaclava on and I said, ‘mom, I’m not going to make friends like that’”. And he revealed the difficult connection he had with her for years: “The most horrible things related to this subject were told to me by her. She was an undiagnosed psychotic. He told me: ” If I had known where these people were from. They called me saying you were born, I took a plane and went to get you. The papers are more truchos than truchín. It’s a story very common, they are family secrets, there is a lot going on.

Bimbo moved everyone with her family story

The driver wanted to know if she had a grudge or anger against the people who ultimately raised her, but the artist was hard-hitting: “I got angry when I had to be angry, as a teenager. Then life takes you to another role, I spent a lot of money in shrink to forgive and understand my story. I was born in 1980, they were from the tango world, 1930, they did what they could. It’s not my story, it’s a circumstance of my biography, it doesn’t define me, but given my privileges nI need to come out and say it ’cause there might be someone who might not know I exist. This is the story of our country. »

And he left a message for all those who have not yet dared to conduct their own research: “if you have any doubts about your identity, the first thing you should do is go to the grandmothers”. Then she told how she herself had made this journey. “I went to the CONADI -National Commission for the Right to Identity-, I went for tests, I spent three months waiting for these results. Then, you have to contact the NGOs that work on these aspects, because there are no public policies that deal with this. yesYou are part of a tree, beyond the blood, of the people who took care of you there, and there is a continuity where you have an obligation to be happy, to honor what they could do. Seek your truth if it stops you, don’t stay in doubt,” he recommended.

As a final analysis, Bimbo recounted the fond memories of his childhood with his family whom he chose to stay with: “life for me was wonderful. Goyeneche sang happy birthday to me, I met everyone, I saw them up close, since I was a girl I saw these people playing. It was a school, I saw a great performer sing since I was little and my father was the most. There are things that go wrong but not all, you have to savor life. There are so many people having a bad time that it’s not worth crying over nonsense.

This is how he said goodbye to his father, Lionel Godoy, journalist and radio host of "The evening with friends" (@srtabimbo)

This is how he said goodbye to his father, Lionel Godoy, journalist and radio host of “Nuit entre amis” (@srtabimbo)

A few minutes later, in a face-to-face with Valeria Lynch, she told of a project she is preparing to try to close her story: “I’m doing an audiovisual project, I’m going to travel to Termas, I want to record everything and see what I find. My fantasy is to spy if they are Turkish, Tan, it amuses me. But if there’s a woman who decided that, I don’t know, it’s her life. And if it’s someone who was lied to and is alive, I’d like to make amends. It’s not something that torments me, but the traces it leaves in itself, the look at love, trust. But every time I feel more for my parents, those who raised me, I think of them when I go on stage and a lantern lights me up, I think of my mother who sings; when I leave the radio late I think that at that time my father was coming back from the radio. I just want to fix something if someone’s been lied to.

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