Singer Gabriel Soto, the ‘Treasure of Sinaloa’, dies after suffering a gunshot attack in January

According to information from various Mexican media, the death of the singer was confirmed on Monday Gabriel Soto Gastelumbetter known as the ‘Treasure of Sinaloa’, after spending several months in the hospital due to an attack with firearms that occurred last January in Tijuana.

Friends and family spread the death of the regional Mexican interpreter on social networks, who became famous for surviving three drug attacks.

“I’ve already been saved three times from a certain death, with pure ‘goat horn’ they shot me very close. 118 bullets, not even Diosito takes them away from me”, says Gastélum in a part of his greatest success, the narcocorrido “118 Bullets”, which many fans have seen as prescient.

On January 22, the interpreter of “Jefe de Clave Privada” suffered a gunshot attack in a mechanical workshop in Tijuana, according to local media reports at the time. Due to the seriousness of the attack, he was transferred to a hospital in Guadalajara, Jalisco, where he remained in serious condition until he passed away last weekend.