World Cup 2022: Who is playing at the opening ceremony?
The World Cup 2022 is nearly here, with the first fixture and the opening ceremony kicking off on Sunday the 20th of November. The opening ceremony is always quite the spectacle for a World Cup tournament. In past years, we’ve had huge musical stars performing before the football kicks off to celebrate the biggest competition […]The opening ceremony is always quite the spectacle for a World Cup tournament. In past years, we’ve had huge musical stars performing before the football kicks off to celebrate the biggest competition in world football.
© Instagram/Jessicathivenin World Cup in Qatar: the scandalous cachet perceived by the "Marseillais" to get there!
While the 2022 World Cup is the subject of many scandals, here is a new one that could be talked about. But scandal or not, the competition which was initially boycotted by the French and other countries, nevertheless was a crazy success as proven in audience records since the start of the competition. In fact, the country may not need to use influencers to promote the event.
because yes, for a few hours, bloggers assure that Qatar would have paid personalities, and in particular reality TV candidates, to attend matches and relay the event on their social networks. Internet users have undoubtedly noticed that Jessica Thivenin, Kevin Guedj, Paga who will soon become Papa , or Vincent Queijo attended the match of France against Australia on Tuesday, November 22. If most of them resident in the country and can do not pay a ticket to attend the party, they would have spent nothing to get there to believe the revelations of Mayamo TV.
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The Qatar World Cup gets underway on Sunday, with a spectacular opening ceremony planned to include a range of stars from the world of musicThe opening fixture sees Ecuador facing the host nation at the Al-Bayt stadium in Qatar, with the Group A fixture the first chance many will have to see Qatar in action. Prior to the match - which kicks off at 4pm UK time on Saunday, 20 November - there will be a lavish opening ceremony with a range of stars from the world of entertainment expected to perform.
Influencers paid to advertise?
Indeed, the blogger indicates that Thibault Garcia and the others would have been paid by Qatar to come and support the Blues. A decision made following the call to boycott of the many other countries. The blogger goes even further and balances the supposed cachet that the candidates would have perceived to go to the match.
"Each Marseillais received minimum 10,000 euros per person according to my source" , he said. A little later, it was blogger Navid seeking who confirmed the statements of his counterpart. He also indicated that Bastos would also have received this offer that he would have declined. The blogger even threw "evidence" from the email received to support his remarks. An email in which it was a question of a "visit" of Qatar and Saudi Arabia for 6 days and 5 nights, all costs paid. It remains to be seen whether the influencers have indeed been paid or if this controversy is unfounded.
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