Massiel Taveras speaks out after shoving Cannes security guard

Dominican actress Massiel Taveras has spoken out on social media after being filmed shoving a security guard at the Cannes Film Festival.

The 39-year-old TV presenter, who attended the premiere of French film ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’, reportedly dazzled onlookers on the red carpet with her extravagant white dress, the train of which was adorned with a image of Jesus. Christ.

Taveras’ fashion showcase was unceremoniously interrupted after an usher appeared to try to rush her inside, apparently preventing the star from adjusting her outfit.

Taveras is seen shoving the security guard during the altercation. Universe/TikTok Salad

The now-viral footage shows the unidentified female employee putting her arm around the head and chest of a visibly agitated Taveras, who retaliates by putting her hand on the woman’s face.

Coincidentally, she was the same employee who had been reprimanded days earlier by singer Kelly Rowland, 43, for apparently stomping on the train of her dress and putting a hand on her back while trying to get her in. .

Kelly Rowland and the security guard go at it.
A few days earlier, the same security guard had gotten involved with singer Kelly Rowland. David Fisher/Shutterstock

Taveras did not directly address her own altercation, she uploaded an Instagram story referencing Rowland’s, suggesting she condoned the licks, the Independent reported.

“We need respect,” read the caption of the post, which included articles detailing the “Survivor” singer’s response to the brouhaha.

“This woman knows what happened. I know what happened,” Rowland said while attending the annual amfAR Cinema Against AIDS gala in Cannes. “I have a limit and I respect it.”

The Destiny’s Child alum even suggested that race played a role in her treatment, saying, “There were other women who were on that mat who didn’t really look like me and they weren’t told off, neither pushed away nor told to get off. . I held on and she felt like she had to hold on to hers. But I held on.

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News Source : nypost.com


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