A fight of the least expected these days assists two renowned professionals,Matías Martin and Ariel Rodríguez Palacios, in their own thing, apparently with few things in common and therefore little reason to face each other.
It is about Matías Martin, host of Todo Pasa (Urbana Play), and Ariel Rodríguez Palacios, in charge of Ariel en su salsa in the mornings of Telefe who are starring in these times a media confrontation.
It all started in the ether, when a colleague from the program consulted Matías about the chef, defining him as “hyperactive”.
“I don’t like him. I’m going to be light, I don’t like him, “replied the driver, starting an unexpected crack.
According to the sports commentator, his impression was based on the cook’s passing through the program: “He was a guest, nothing happened. The attitude towards life is inexplicable. They told me who he was because I didn’t know him and with that attitude… Someone you rowed over, you throw a good. It’s weird, it’s weird, ”added the journalist, making it clear that there was no wave with Rodríguez Palacios.
Matías Martin revealed his differences with Ariel Rodríguez Palacios:
“Each one knows how they get along and how they handle their ties and I have nothing to get into but it was super uncomfortable. It was very uncomfortable for me,” added the journalist at the radio outlet before getting on his motorcycle.
To listen to the other bell, the program of America went to look for the driver of Ariel Rodríguez Palacios in his sauce, who was surprised by Matías’s perception: “How strange, because I like him barbarian, he is a Macanudo. I don’t think he was like that,” he replied.
And when the chronicler tried to put him in the situation, transmitting what the journalist had told him, he was elusive: “I teach a class at two and I have to respect the boys.
A few days ago, the chef had been in the news for an uncomfortable moment in his program when he was trying to make a salteño-style nougat.
Although he kneaded it hard over and over again, he stretched it, made it into a ball, and kneaded it again, he did not achieve the desired consistency.
But there was no point, and though he attempted again and again and everybody in the studio urged him, the problem did not resolve.
Ariel Rodríguez Palacios did not want to delve into this matter and excused himself before the cameras that he had to go in to give cooking classes and the students were waiting for him.
“These are things that happen to all of us in the kitchen and have to be resolved,” said Pereiro, seeking to ease tensions.
But it provoked a contrasting outcome: “It’s my first experience,” stated driver. ” You’re human, Ari,” Peralta pointed out. “I’m really hot”, Rodríguez Palacios released and told why he couldn’t find the right consistency.