Tina Cipollari accuses Gemma and Armando of having agreed behind the scenes
The latest episode of UeD has raised doubts in viewers. At the center of the controversy there are Armando Incarnato e Gemma Galgani, accused of having made an agreement in private. These are the allegations it raises Tina Cipollari in the episode. The fact that the two often defend each other has put the flea in the opinionist’s ear.
In reality, every time the lady finds herself in difficulty, the intervention of Incarnato invariably arrives, ready to give her support. Nobody knows if this is a coincidence or actually a sincere relationship. Already in previous editions the same doubt had arisen, that is, that some of the participants of the throne over would agree for a mutual support. To date, the doubt returns, more alive than ever.
The situation starts from the study center, with Gemma arguing with the knight Costabile. The latter is determined in wanting to close the acquaintance with the lady. The question that raises controversy is that, according to the knight, the columnist Tina Cipollari he would be right about Gemma. The UeD lady, according to them, is only looking for excuses to put her suitors in a bad light.
“Maybe the moment of truth has come” Costabile thunders against Galgani, earning a thunderous applause from the studio. Gemma goes on a rampage and points out that during the outdoor session everything went well until Costabile gave credit to Tina’s words. The lady also accuses the knight of not being present in her life, with the cameras off. Almost everything agrees with Costabile, except Armando Incarnato.
The Neapolitan knight attacks, stating that according to him Costabile should not focus on what happens in the studio or what Tina says, but on his lady. Immediately comes the intervention of Cipollari, which makes it clear that the two could have been made an agreement to support each other and grab the public goodwill. On Twitter, many users commented on what happened. “Tina has already sgam the agreement of these two fintoni, you know”: this is one of the many messages appeared on social networks.