Gilberto bids goodbye to Fiuke before moving on to pursue PhD in the US

Gilberto bids goodbye to Fiuke before moving on to pursue PhD in the US

Gil do Vigor, 30, is in the United States in final preparations and hours counting for a trip to California, where he will study the long-awaited PhD in economics. But, before boarding, the Economist took some time to visit a friend of “Big Brother Brasil 21”. Tonight, he said goodbye to Fioque, 30.

“I’m here with my love. He will [me visitar], he promises. It is recorded,” said Gill. “You are leaving me. I swear Shame on you if you leave me. We’ll pick you up in Los Angeles, I’m serious!” Fieuk replied.

At the reunion, Fiouk asked if the Economist was showing off his nails or a wedding band in the video. “We have a ‘giuk’ roll. I saw another gossip there and I’m jealous. What’s this gossip about?”, joked the musician, referring to the affair whose friend reality show Lived it

Earlier, the former BBB said that he was preparing to move to another country. “Today is a holiday, but I have to pack my suitcase because I’m going to be in another country,” he said.

Gill said that his mother has everything ready and even she needs to buy another suitcase. Last week, Mrs Jacqueira Santana shared with her fans that she took her passport to travel with Gilberto Nogueira. The Economist’s mother took her passport in hand and warned that she would not leave the former BBB 21 contestant alone in the challenge outside Brazil.

“Guys, look what I just got. My passport. Are you thinking someone will be there without me? Oh dear, I’m fine!? Oh, I’m all organized. Now I’m going to get a visa, and soon Hey, therefore: USA,” said Jaquera.

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Gil do Vigor will leave for Davis City, California on August 28. The former participant of “BBB 21” said that his course takes four to six years to complete. However, he believes that he will spend six years studying because of the degree of difficulty in the field of analysis.

“I’ll be there between four and six years, [nas] I believe there will be six because the part I study is the fight that only Jesus knows. It’s part of the quantitative methods that go on for a while,” the economist said.

He said he plans to study full-time in the United States, but he will keep Saturday to continue his job as a poster boy to benefit from his image. Even in the United States, Gil would continue painting “Tá Lascado” during “Mais Você” from afar.

About the author: Cory Weinberg

Cory Weinberg covers the intersection of tech and cities. That means digging into how startups and big tech companies are trying to reshape real estate, transportation, urban planning, and travel. Previously, he reported on Bay Area housing and commercial real estate for the San Francisco Business Times. He received a "best young journalist" award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors.

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