Santiago Riva Roy, Cold War writer Morning in Los Angeles (The Thirteen) He had a tense moment when he turned to Antonio Gasala at Aeropark to make a note of his arrival from Cordoba. But the journalist of Angel de Brito received only the maltreatment of the prestigious artist.
"I'm not answering questions," Gasalla said as soon as the note approached him. While doing his job, Santiago consulted with Antonio if he would finally make the theater with Flavio Mendoza. To which capocómico, far from his characteristic humor, replied: "If you know what you ask me for, you can not spend your life asking questions, emptying your brain, developing a concept for you."
Without a filter, Gasalla was angry again and cried the journalist with irritation. MDL, – I went out of the way, let me fuck! You do not break your eggs! Outside the airport, Antonio closed the door of the car he was looking for, and almost grabbed the journalist's hand.
Ángel De Brito, around the note, hesitated to question Gasalla and defend his partner: "That's how we started in the morning with all the good moods and humor of Gasalla, I do not understand why Antonio so maligned the chroniclers."
And then, added De Brito, visibly angry: "Why did you become an old boy, Antonio?" The truth is, I do not understand because he went to ask well and everyone was doing well with Perciavalle. And the only thing he does is abuse. In this case, Santiago, but he has done it countless times.
Antonio Gasala and a Los Angeles de la mañana journalist.
To end his defense against the comic, he assured the driver: "One who knows why he has become so angry with journalists, it is not so, those of us who know him know that it is not. We send him a big kiss and he restores what he has.