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“Supe que estaba amañado”, Miss Nepal, denuncia manipulación en Miss Universo

La participación de Jane Garrett, Miss Nepal, en el concurso de Miss Universo desató una controversia tras sus declaraciones sobre presunta manipulación en el certamen. La concursante afirmó que desde el principio se dio cuenta de que su inclusión como mujer de talla grande estaba predeterminada y que ella y otras competidoras, como Miss Portugal y Miss Países Bajos, nunca tuvieron una oportunidad real de ganar.

La polémica se desató aún más con la filtración de un video donde la dueña de Miss Universo, Anne Jakrajutatip, junto con otros directivos, discute sobre una supuesta estrategia de comunicación para promover una falsa “inclusión social” en el certamen, a pesar de que en realidad estas mujeres no tendrían posibilidad de ganar, según se desprende de sus comentarios.

A pesar de los recientes cambios en las reglas del concurso, que en teoría permiten aceptar a mujeres de diversas condiciones, incluyendo transgénero, casadas, divorciadas, con hijos y sin límite de edad, en el video filtrado, Jakrajutatip señala que estas mujeres no tienen opción de ganar y que la inclusión social es simplemente una estrategia de imagen.

Jane Garrett expresó su decepción al darse cuenta de esta situación y compartió sus pensamientos en Instagram, donde afirmó que desde el momento en que subió al escenario, supo que todo estaba amañado en su contra. A pesar de esto, destacó el apoyo y la plataforma que pudo crear durante su participación en el certamen.

El caso de Garrett se suma al de otras competidoras que también han denunciado sentirse excluidas del verdadero proceso de competencia, como Miss Portugal, Marina Machete, y Miss Países Bajos, Rikkie Kolle. A pesar de sus logros individuales, estas concursantes han puesto de manifiesto la controversia en torno a la verdadera inclusión y equidad en el concurso de belleza más reconocido a nivel mundial.

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