There are so many ways to break up with someone. But this has to be one of the cruelest methods ever! Italian Interior Minister, Matteo Salvini, just got dumped by his girlfriend, in a controversial Instagram post.
Instagram has taken over how we do everything! Ex-girlfriend of Italy’s interior minister, Elisa Isoardi, made her breakup with him public, in a post that caused a lot of unrest on social media. In her caption that translates, “It’s not what we have given each other that I will miss but what we still had to give each other,” Isoardi wrote. “With immense respect for the true love that there was, thank you Matteo.”
“With immense respect for the true love that there was, thank you Matteo,” she quotes contemporary Italian writer and singer, Gio Evan.
Oops! Italian Minister gets breakup message via Instagram
Now Elisa, who is a TV presenter, not only made this absurd announcement on the gram, but also posted a picture which somewhat seems ‘private’. And this has made matters even worse, especially because Matteo holds a respectable position in government.
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And no, she did not disable comments
Elisa ended a three-year relationship on social media, and she boldly leaves the comments section active. And ooh the comments kept rolling in in all varieties.
“It’s not nice that you show this picture and your private life in public…Mrs Elisa he is a minister”, one user wrote. “How disgusting to be dumped this way,” another added. “I will never understand why we should “share” the intimate aspect of a relationship. ???”
“I considered you an intelligent woman, pity your lowliness of style”
Others were somehow disappointed in the minister for taking a picture like this in the first place!
“Go and sh*t both of you and shame for this picture !!”, an angry follower wrote. “Gentlemen are born ………. 👎👎👎👎👎👎”, another commented. “Salvini is a handsome man, an excellent minister for our country …. but this picture is just wrong.”
Matteo Salvini has broken the silence, seemingly
Salvini was en route to Ghana for a summit to discuss curbing the influx of West African migrants entering Italy via Libya when the news broke. And even though many argue that the timing for this breakup announcement was horrible (as more than 30 people had died that week to flooding in Italy), Matteo posted something on Facebook that comes across as a response:
“For education, character and respect, I have never thrown away my private life, and I will not begin to do it now,” the 45-year-old minister wrote. “I have loved, I have forgiven, sure I have also made mistakes, but I believed in it until the end.”
“I have loved, I have forgiven, sure I have also made mistakes, but I believed in it until the end.”
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