A recent video has stirred debate after allegedly capturing a dispute between Pepe Aguilar, a leading figure in Mexican music, and his family, with a waiter over a purportedly inadequate tip. The Aguilar family, led by Pepe and his wife Aneliz, and comprising their children Leonardo, Aneliz, and Ángela, were seen enjoying a meal at a restaurant. The contention arose when the waiter filmed them, spotlighting the $20 tip they had left.
Reactions to the incident varied on social media. While some sided with the Aguilars, arguing that tipping isn’t obligatory, and criticized the waiter’s decision to film, others believed the waiter’s grievances were justified, seeing tips as gestures of gratitude.
The episode has prompted broader conversations about tipping etiquette and the expectations placed on patrons, especially those in the public eye. Given the Aguilar family’s esteemed position in regional Mexican music, this incident has provoked widespread reflection on the dynamics of the service industry.
Ángela Aguilar Steals the Spotlight
Separately, Ángela Aguilar, the youngest offspring of Pepe Aguilar, has been the subject of media attention. At the recent Premios Juventud awards, she was seen passionately singing and dancing to Peso Pluma’s “Ella baila sola” while offstage, waiting for her cue to return as a presenter.
The 19-year-old’s vibrant display of fandom, adorned in a captivating golden ensemble, drew numerous admiring looks and comments during the event. Her performance was particularly noteworthy given her father Pepe’s prior critiques of the Corridos Tumbados genre.
Rumors have previously swirled, suggesting Pepe might not endorse his children engaging with such lyrical content. Such whispers align with the Aguilar family’s perception as exemplars of traditional Mexican values and customs.