Antonio Carlos Junior, a former UFC fighter known as “Zapatito,” is in the news after sharing a private moment with influencer Dania Mendez.
Dania Mendez just joined Big Brother Brasil as a result of a participant swap between the Brazilian version of the Mexican reality TV programme La casa de los famosos and its Mexican counterpart. According to the influencer, The People: “They welcomed me warmly and made me feel extremely joyful. Slowly but surely, we’re getting to know one another, but the welcome I’m currently experiencing—the love—is truly lovely. I’m content. I didn’t anticipate it. I’m still stunned “thank you Google Translate
Recently, Mendez had her first party inside the home, and it wasn’t without controversy. ‘Zapatito,’ who is accused of “stealing,” was dancing quite close to the Mexican influencer.
From her, a kiss. “Whiskey helps you kiss Mexican ladies,” said the bartender. “She’s the first Hispanic I’ve kissed,” Antonio said.
Despite the fact that Dania Mendez also acknowledged that it was her first kiss with a Brazilian, she claimed that the former UFC fighter “stole” the moment.
Mendez exclaimed, “This kid is amazing.”
Dania Mendez, another Big Brother Brazil candidate, received an apology from Team “Zapatito.”
For kissing a drunk Dania Mendez, Antonio Carlos Junior received criticism on social media. The influencer and her family have subsequently received an apology from the former UFC middleweight’s management, who made no attempt to justify their conduct.
The following was the text of team “Zapatito’s” statement:
“We are aware that certain attitudes are unacceptable, even in jest. So, we sincerely apologise to Dania and her family for the early-morning incidents. ‘Sapato’ will need to comprehend what transpired, reflect on his behaviour, apologise, and learn that there are limitations that cannot be overcome when he leaves home and sees these photographs. thank you Google Translate
From 214 and 2021, Carlos Junior competed in the UFC, compiling a 7-5 promotional record. In January 2021, he was fired from the UFC after his third consecutive defeat.
Later, “Zapatito” joined the PFL, where he has won six matches without losing, including three by first-round submission.