- Pablo Montero sings ‘Las Mañanitas’ to the president of Venezuela Nicolás Maduro
- President celebrates his 59th birthday, as he did 8 years ago with Juan Gabriel
- However, the celebration does not go as expected and network users ‘spoil it’
The Mexican actor and singer, Pablo Montero, sang to the president of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, in the celebration of his 59th birthday he performed the famous ‘Mañanitas’, alongside the ‘Mariachi 2000’, a fact that provoked endless criticism from the public from both that country and the Aztec, according to information published on the Milenio news portal.
So proud was the Venezuelan president that he himself published photographs of his birthday and thanked the Mexican for accepting the invitation. The leader’s party had all the Mexican flavor and tinges: Color, flavor, fun and music. However, that happiness was ‘stained’ on social networks by Internet users who did not feel comfortable with that meeting.
THE ‘THEATER’ IS DROPPED TO THE VENEZUELAN MANDATE FOR ‘SMALL’ DETAIL
The birthday took place at the Miraflores Palace where the late singer Juan Gabriel made the same presentation exactly eight years ago. But criticism was not long in coming for both characters, especially for the president, who was questioned about the expenses that this celebration left and the singer for pocketing a good amount of tickets.
The Mexican singer had in his repertoire the following songs, ‘Las Mañanitas’, ‘These jealousies’, “Alma llanera”, “El rey”, “Moliendo café” and “Volver, Volver”, and between song and song there was applause, greetings, thanks and even an exchange of congratulations, but this celebration did not go quite well, as it was severely criticized by people
WHAT DID THE REPRESENTATIVE NICOLÁS MADURO TELL PABLO MONTERO?
In front of his wife Cilia Flores, the Mexican singer addressed a few words to the President of Venezuela on his birthday: “Thank you always to all the beautiful people of this country who have always received me with great affection and love; We come with all our hearts to bring Mexican music. And I want… you are so young that I can talk to you about you: Nicolás, I give you this hat, it is mine, with a lot of affection and it fits for the penny ”.
Then it was the turn of the president of Venezuela who had these words of gratitude for the Mexican: “Long live Zapata… Pablo, today we receive you with much love on your visit to Venezuela. Eight years ago, in the same courtyard, the great Juan Gabriel was singing, and Juan Gabriel’s soul joined my soul, we became friends, brothers ”.
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But Maduro could not hide the happiness caused by the visit of the mariachi singer to his country for his birthday and returned to fill him with praise: “With much love I received the Mexican singer and actor Pablo Montero at the Miraflores Palace. Thank you for bringing us the strength of Mexico and singing these songs for me and all the Venezuelan people. The doors of Venezuela will always be open for you, Pablo ”.
Thus, a relationship that begins with great joy and with an exchange of praise was evident, however, although applause and happiness reigned in Miraflores Palace, in the networks this meeting was one of the most shameful for both nations, at least so expressed by users of different networks and platforms.
Pablo Montero Nicolás Maduro: WHAT DO VENEZUELANS CLAIM TO THEIR PRESIDENT FOR THIS CELEBRATION?
On the Telemundo channel on YouTube, people were more than evident in ‘disapproving’ this kind of celebrations that involve artists of international stature and for which the leaders usually spend thousands of dollars, which well, citizens say, can be use for the most vulnerable population and not for celebrations that last a day.
One person immediately noticed this and commented: We do not talk about the singer but about the one who uses the resources to pay him. Do you know how much money that Pablo carries in his pockets of the Venezuelan people? The government pays with gold and insurance took more than Alicia Machado to carry their show. My comments are directed to the fact that resources are diverted to unnecessary things when public services are on the floor and critical health systems ”. To see the video click here.
DID PABLO MONTERO DO WRONG BY AGREEING TO SING FOR NICOLÁS MADURO?
Faced with these comments, some people defended the fact: “Well, as the saying goes: Necessity makes the donkey walk. He is a non-political artist and singer, and as the economy is, work is work and singers also have monetary needs like anyone else and he is not stealing from anyone ”,“ Montero only does his job ”.
“Well, Pablo Montero lives on that, and right now how is the crisis, because he needs money, but here the problem is that president of Maduro giving himself the high life while the people need it”, “Pablo has his needs, whatever he does Maduro, he is not to blame “,” he has every right like any other human being, Pablo Montero is a singer and that is what he dedicates himself to, so stop criticizing, live your life not that of others … gossips, “defended other users.
WAS THE PARTY MADE WITH MONEY STOLEN FROM THE PEOPLE OF VENEZUELA?
When referring to her participation in La Casa de los Famosos, where she did not win the award that was offered, a user justified the presentation of the Mexican singer: “Things in life, Alicia cannot go to her country and Pablo can, of course he won money on one side, nor does he have to look elsewhere “,” he only left the Casa de los Famosos and ran from Maduro’s arms. “
However, some people had no limits and even made accusations linking the two with organized crime: “They understand each other between drug traffickers,” and even insult each other: “There is no doubt that the parakeet left him without a brain … but not only that, He even took away human dignity ”,“ nefarious sir ”,“ all that with stolen money ”,“ they steal the money of the people to pay this man ”,“ and all that paid with the money of the town’s resources ”. Even on Javier Ceriani‘s Instagram page they dared to call them “Scoundrel”. Filed Under: Pablo Montero Nicolás Maduro