Emilio Azcárraga and Eugenio Derbez in the midst of controversy

The producer and comedian Eugenio Derbez and the CEO of the Televisa group, Emilio Azcárraga, got into a public discussion through Twitter, after the star of The same moon He assured that he was banned from the television station as a sanction for his position against the construction of the Mayan Train.

Although the actor also did not confirm having been banned from Televisa, he assured that he received “versions” of an alleged veto as a result of his being part of the environmental campaign save me from the trainin which he and other celebrities oppose the construction proposed by the president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Azcárraga responded yesterday afternoon, going to Twitter to invite Derbez to ask him directly about the alleged veto, using comic references to some of the actor’s characters to make his position public.

The businessman also shared videos with segments of an interview with the actor, as well as a report on the campaign. save me from the train on the news at On the air with Paola Rojas, to demonstrate that the television station had given coverage to Derbez as a result of the film’s Oscar CODA and his position against the construction of the Mayan Train.

The Grupo Televisa businessman concluded the Twitter thread by pointing out that both knew that his annoyance lies in the company’s refusal to grant him the rights to The Plush Family.

Hours later, Eugenio Derbez resorted to the right of reply and responded to Emilio Azcárraga in a Twitter thread, in which, in the same style as the businessman, using iconic phrases from some of his characters, he assures that his veto began right after of the interview he granted to Paola Rojas on March 30.

Derbez added that after being canceled, the company did not cover any news about him, not even about the premiere of his new movie. the valet, for which Televisa was called, but no television program responded to the call. With respect to The Plush Familythe comedian assured that he is the owner of the characters and the concept of the Showand clarified that the only thing that belongs to Televisa is the name.

the star of No refunds concluded the thread by urging Azcárraga to end the conflict, noting that he had signed a contract with VIX, the platform of streaming of Televisa and Univision, so both were now “kicking for the same side”.

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