Judo Champion Romane Dicko Denounces Insulting Messages on Social Media

Social networks – The Olympic team champion denounced insulting messages received on Instagram

From February 2 to 4, the Paris Grand Slam will take place. But Romane Dicko also wanted to talk about a completely different subject this Wednesday, during the press briefing presenting this important judo tournament. The 2022 world champion over 78 kg denounced racist, sexist and fatphobic messages received after the publication of a video on her social networks.

“I plan to file a complaint to show that this is not normal,” she said. It is still something serious and it must be denounced. »

The four-time European champion, individual Olympic bronze medalist in Tokyo, recently published a video on Instagram of her alongside classical dancer Victoria Dauberville. In the publication, the two sportswomen, dressed respectively in a blue kimono and a white tutu, dance a pas de deux on a tatami, to the tune of the famous “Waltz of the Flowers” ​​from Nutcracker by Tchaikovsky.

“We know that people are malicious and stupid”

The video gave rise to many positive messages but also to a flood of insulting comments on Dicko’s weight and skin color, which the 24-year-old judoka shared in her story. “People came en masse to comment, to say things (…) Read more on 20minutes

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2024-01-17 18:33:16
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