During the Summit, president Ollanta Humala and his wife, First Lady Ms. Nadine Heredia [es], were seen welcoming the guests, presiding activities, giving speeches and posing for pictures. But on the second day of the Summit, cameras captured what seems to be a harsh exchange of words between the couple.
YouTube user cajamarcaglobal uploaded the video, where we can see the presidential couple talking and then Ms. Heredia turning her back to her husband:
In Peru, Ms. Heredia is perceived as a strong-willed woman, and this episode didn't go unnoticed by Peruvian media and netizens. Twitter users created the hashtag #HablaConMiEspalda (Talk to my back) [es] and immediately started commenting and making fun of the whole situation.
User Giovanni Arce (@GiovanniArce) [es] uses Summit-related words:
Following the wave of protests against adjustments to transportation and public spending before the 2014 World Cup, protesters outside the Maracanã Stadium in Rio de Janeiro were reprimanded by the Military Police, who used tear gas against people who had taken refuge in Quinta da Boa Vista City Park, as shown here in this video. An audio recording by a radio host who was covering the Sunday game between Mexico and Italy on June 16 was widely shared under the hashtag #ProtestosRJ (protestsRJ).