Hot Weather Girl Sol Perez Wants To Enter Politics To Change Country - ViralTab

Hot Weather Girl Sol Perez Wants To Enter Politics To Change Country

Story By: Ana LacasaSub-EditorJoana Mihajlovska, Agency: Newsflash

Argentina’s hottest weather girl Sol Perez has revealed that she wants to enter politics “to change the country”.

Perez, 27, first started appearing on national TV in 2014 and went on to become the weather girl for the TyC Sport channel before branching out into other areas, including dancing and acting.

The gorgeous model, who is studying law, said in an interview with Nicole Neumann that she wanted to enter politics because she thinks “the country and all of us need a change”.


Perez, who boasts over 5.6 million devoted Instagram followers, admitted that she is ready for the move, but has yet to receive a proposal from a political party.

The sexy influencer said: “I get goosebumps thinking about what we are leaving behind for future generations. I do not know if I want my children to grow up around that violence and way of handling things, as it feels like we’re living in an animal state. There is no respect for rules.

“All our values and education are being lost, and they are the things that make a society. I feel that respect for others’ lives is being lost. Now, it is acceptable to do whatever you want.”


Perez’s comments started trending on social media and sparked debate in Argentina, and the dreamy blonde later told her followers: “I am proud I think like this.

“I am 27 years old and I want to change the country, but not now, not in 2021, but in the future.

“That is why I am preparing and studying. I do not tweet things just looking for retweets.”


The model also talked about her future with her current boyfriend Guido Mazzoni, and revealed that she wants to be a mother in 2022.

Perez said: “I would love to be a mum. I want to do other things first, but I would like to have a child in 2022.”

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Ana Lacasa

I am a senior writer and journalist and editor of the Spanish desk for the Central European News agency.