Russia: ‘Russians, I love you’ — viral Brazil fan

SOT, Neil Harvey, RT reporter: «On her bottom, yes?» SOT, Tomer Savoia, Brazilian fan: «Yes.» *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE* SOT, Neil Harvey, RT reporter: «All off the back of this one video? This is the power of social media. All of the back of one...» SOT, Tomer Savoia, Brazilian fan: «One video and I increased my Instagram account to more than a hundred thousand, a hundred thousand and... Еще fifty, hundred and fifty thousand followers in two days. One of the most popular rap singers here post my video and post another video of mine. I don't know, maybe I stay in Russia, I don't know.» *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE* SOT, Tomer Savoia, Brazilian fan: «Yes, every place that I go, I always making a glossary with the important words, so 'thank you', 'I'm welcome', I don't know, 'how are you', 'you are beautiful' — the words that maybe I need to use. But, I have this facility with the Russian language — so why not?» *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE* *MULTIPLE SHOTS AT SOURCE* Tomer Savoia was one of many journalists who came to Russia to cover the World Cup, but things took a remarkably different turn after a video of him swearing in Russian went viral. Savoia talked to RT in an exclusive interview from St. Petersburg on Sunday. After Brazil's draw against Switzerland on June 17, Savoia was filmed shouting 'Russia is fucking amazing' as he left the the Rostov Arena. Little did he know, that the video would make him an overnight success in the host country. «People are doing products of me, shirts with my caricature, with my face.» One woman even tattooed his face on her bottom. Savoia is learning a bit of Russian every day and said has considered staying in Russia. «One of the most popular rap singers here post my video and post another video of mine. I don't know, maybe I stay in Russia, I don't know.» Brazil will play Costa-Rica at Moscow's Spartak stadium on June 27 for a place in the second round. Courtesy of RT

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