Gustavo Adolfo Infante criticizes Pablo Montero, El Siglo de Torreón

Some days ago, Gustavo Adolfo Infante He attacked Yalitza Aparicio when he considered her a bad actress and now he has done the same with the lagoon man Pablo Montero.

After it emerged that Montero sang to the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, for his birthday, the Torreón-born was the target of criticism on social networks.

This statement was joined yesterday afternoon by the driver, who commented that Pablo has gotten into serious trouble for supporting a dictator.

“The matter is very complicated for Pablo Montero and with every reason in the world, you cannot support a dictator, a tyrant, a Fidel Castro, Evo Morales, Nicolás Maduro an Osama bin Laden, you cannot.”

Infante added in the broadcast that “common sense” should not support these types of characters.

On the other hand, Marina Gutiérrez, Pablo Montero’s lawyer, told the national media that he was not the only Mexican artist who sang to Maduro, however, he did not reveal who he was referring to.

Pablo issued a statement yesterday in which he defended himself from the attacks he has received for singing to the Venezuelan president.

“With regard to my participation in the Miraflores Palace in Venezuela, where other singers were also present during an event of President Nicolás Maduro, I tell you that as an artist I have no party or flag other than that of Mexican music, which is universal. that the mariachi of Mexico is the cultural heritage of humanity, “he said in the letter.

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