Emilio Hassan Kabande, better known by his stage name, Peso Pluma, hails from Guadalajara, Jalisco, and has achieved an unprecedented feat in the global music industry. Peso Pluma has catapulted Mexican corridos tumbados onto the world stage, captivating audiences across continents regardless of their native language.
He epitomizes the growing global influence of Mexican music, particularly in a year like 2023 that many call “the year of Mexican music.”
The El Escorpión Dorado Interview: A Tale of Two Personalities
In a recent episode of “El Escorpión Dorado al volante,” a YouTube show hosted by the self-proclaimed “God of the Internet,” Peso Pluma opened up about his sudden rise to fame and success.
However, as the conversation turned personal, the singer seemed visibly uncomfortable. When El Escorpión Dorado pressed him about his personal life, Peso Pluma’s demeanor shifted, revealing his unease with the topic.
To encourage more openness, El Escorpión Dorado gifted the singer one of his iconic wrestler masks. Peso Pluma donned the mask and became more irreverent, mocking El Escorpión Dorado before diving back into the conversation.
The Mask, The Man, and the Unfiltered Words
While wearing the mask, the conversation took another intimate turn when El Escorpión Dorado questioned Peso Pluma about his love life. The singer had a one-size-fits-all answer for the series of personal questions: “Que te valga ver&%,” he responded briefly to the host, not once but three times.
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“Who are you with? Since when have you been with that person? Why don’t you talk about your personal life?” were the questions that led to the curt reply from Peso Pluma.
Love and Tattoos: A Candid Moment or Just for Show?
As the two cruised around, El Escorpión Dorado inquired if Peso Pluma would ever consider getting a love-inspired tattoo similar to what Nodal had done. The singer’s response was both candid and humorous: “Hijo de tu out* madr*. He’s my buddy. If you want, we won’t shoot him right now. You don’t even deserve to be touched,” said Hassan.
Watch his statements starting at minute 22:28
Despite the seemingly sharp exchanges, it should be noted that the interview was conducted in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Both Peso Pluma and El Escorpión Dorado seemed to genuinely enjoy their time together, covering a broad range of topics candidly.
Thus, the episode served not only as an intimate glimpse into the life of a global music sensation but also as a showcase of two contrasting personalities who could find common ground—even when diving into the deeply personal.