A few days ago we informed you in American Post News that Christian Nodal had been infected with herpes, a sexually transmitted disease that has no cure. This was announced by a close friend of the singer, who also assures that is having serious problems with alcohol.
“Last April they detected herpes, because it was found as certain sores that alarmed him, he went to do tests and they detected this disease… He messed with as many women as he could; There came a point where he only thought about sex, about being with women without caring if he knew them, where he got them from, ”said the singer’s close friend to the magazine. TVNotes.
Similarly, it was revealed that he has had an unbridled sex life since he ended his engagement to Belinda and that now he is calm due to his new relationship with Cazzu, of which he is not very excited.
Mhoni Vidente predicts tragedies in Nodal’s life
Now, the seer of the stars assures that Christian Nodal is very depressed by this situationin addition to the fact that the tarot cards have revealed to him that your father could be detected in the future with cancer in the prostate or bladder. Similarly, she confirms that yes, it will be presented for free in the Zócalo of CDMX.
“Yes, Nodal is going to appear on December 1 in the Zócalo, this card tells us, the eye card, that he is very depressed, that the human papilloma is eating him. Cancer comes to the father, in the prostate or in the bladder, “he revealed Mhoni Seer in a recent live broadcast he made from YouTube.
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How did Christian Nodal become famous?
Christian Nodal became famous thanks to ‘Adios Amor’a song that is part of his debut album entitled ‘Let me carry’, which was released in 2017. At 23 years old, the young singer born in Caborca, Sonora has been considered one of the best exponents of music regional Mexican today.
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