Kerem Bürsin calls "idiots" those who don't wear masks and criticism rains down

Kerem Bürsin calls "idiots" those who don't wear masks and criticism rains down

Turkish actor Kerem Bürsin has become a trend with 100,000 messages on the social network Twitter in Spain, where his followers have launched a campaign of support after he was criticized in his country for calling "idiots" those who go to cafes without wearing a mask. Büsrin, star of the Turkish series Sen Çal Kapımı( said in a short video broadcast last night: "Excuse me, but those who sit in a cafe without a mask are idiots".


"Kerem Bürsin, don't overdo it" is the hashtag that began to spread on social networks until it reached fifth place in the trends in Turkey, with comments reproaching the actor for his expression or stressing that he was not wearing a mask when filming the episodes of the soap opera either.

In response, Bürsin's followers in Spain began launching the Turkish hashtag "ArkandayizKeremBuersin" (We are with you, Keren Bürsin), praising the actor's civic awareness, with some 100,000 tweets in just two hours and also reaching the "top 5." The phrase also began to spread in Italy, Poland and Brazil, where Turkish soap operas are also popular.

In Turkey, the use of masks in the street is mandatory, but it is customary to remove them in catering establishments, either indoors or on the terrace. After several months of closure, the Turkish authorities allowed the opening of restaurants and cafés at the beginning of March, but in view of the sharp rise in the number of infections and deaths due to covid-19, they have announced a new total closure starting next Tuesday, the beginning of Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting.

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