Rafinha Bastos no The New York Times

O conhecido comediante brasileiro, Rafinha Bastos, que integra o grupo de apresentadores do programa CQC, foi o destaque de uma reportagem divulgada nesta semana nas páginas de um dos maiores jornais do mundo, o The New York Times! Na edição deste domingo, ele será capa do caderno “Arts and Leisure”, com um perfil de duas páginas na publicação.O motivo que levou o jornal americano a direcionar tanta atenção para o comediante, foi a pesquisa que revelou Rafinha como a pessoa mais influente do Twitter, superando, até mesmo, grandes personalidades como Barak Obama, Conan O′Brien e Kim Kadarshian. A matéria com Rafinha foi feita pelo jornalista americano Larry Rohter, o mesmo que teve seu visto para o Brasil cassado devido uma reportagem polêmica sobre o ex-presidente Lula! Rohter esteve no Brasil conversando duas vezes com Rafinha e assistiu seu show de stand-up comedy. O site do The New York Times já traz uma prévia da matéria impressa, apresentando Rafinha como o ‘líder de um grupo de comediantes brasileiros irreverentes e destemidos’. 
The comedian known Brazilian Rafinha Bastos, part of the show’s group of CQC, was the highlight of a report released this week in the pages of one of the largest newspapers in the world, The New York Times! In this Sunday, it will cover of the book “Arts and Leisure,” with a two-page profile in publicação.O why the U.S. newspaper to direct as much attention to the comedian, was a survey which revealed as the most Rafinha Twitter influential, surpassing even great personalities like Barak Obama, Conan O’Brien and Kim Kadarshian. The matter with Rafinha was made by U.S. journalist Larry Rohter, the same as his visa was revoked due to Brazil a controversial story about former President Lula! Rohter was in Brazil talking twice with Rafinha and watched your show stand-up comedy. The Web site of The New York Times already has a preview of the printed matter, with Rafinha as the ‘leader of a group of Brazilian comedians irreverent and fearless. “
 
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