Can Yaman and his Secret Vice: the controversy explodes

Can Yaman and his Secret Vice: the controversy explodes

Can Yaman is definitely the man of the moment. A perfect physique, charm to sell, and an innate sensuality are the trump cards of the Turkish star, who is depopulated with the soap Mr. Wrong, broadcast in primetime on Canale5. But is Can really as perfect as everyone thinks? The latest photo posted on Instagram by the actor triggers controversy and fans discover his unexpected vice.

Can Yaman is not so perfect: here's why
Can Yaman can be satisfied with the success he's having with Italian audiences. The actor has returned to make the hearts of fans beat faster in the role of Can Divit, a wild and rebellious photographer who finds himself in a stormy relationship with sweet Sanem Aydin in Daydreamer. The Turkish star played to perfection the protagonist of the soap that inflamed the viewers of Canale5 and then returned in the role of Ozgur Atasoy in Mr. Wrong, alongside his colleague Ozge Gurel. This TV series was decidedly less fortunate, so much so that Mediaset decided to relegate it to Tuesday primetime until the final episode, which will reveal the fate of the couple.

In the meantime, Can is playing Sandokan in the remake that will soon be on the small screen, and that has cost him endless gym sessions to look his best. Not that Yaman needs any special effort to show off his sculptural body and the innate charm that drives thousands of women across Europe crazy. On a personal level, Yaman can consider himself lucky, as his love story with Diletta Leotta is going strong. After visiting his loved ones in Turkey, Can is ready to take the plunge and his father has spoken about his marriage to Leotta, hinting that he is happy with this union.


In short, for Can, this is a golden moment if it weren't for the controversy that has erupted in recent hours because of his 'secret vice'. Yaman is the testimonial for a brand of cigars and he let himself be portrayed while he is intent on taking a big puff of snuff, thus advertising a vice that is harmful to the body. As in the case of Massimiliano Mollicone, Can has been criticized for this choice but, after all, nobody is perfect.

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