Wake up America speaks with J Balvin’s mother and recounts her experience on the verge of death

The morning show of Univision, Wake up Americawill feature an exclusive interview with the mother of one of the greatest exponents of the reggaeton, J Balvin, Alba Mery Balvin. This after the same was on the verge of death in the intensive care unit due to COVID.

the box of J Balvin’s mom when contracted covid It got worse as the days went by. Every day we could see the anguish that the singer transmitted on his social networks and the images of her mother, Doña Alba Mery de Balvin struggling, as she was on the verge of death. Wake up America spoke with the mother of one of the darlings of the urban genre and tomorrow you will be able to enjoy it on the screens and on the digital site of Univision.

Alba Mery de Balvin speaks with Lucho Borrego about his return to life in one of the most controversial moments of his son’s career J Balvin. In the interview for Wake up Americathe singer’s mother sent clear and forceful messages to René Pérez “Resident” Y Christian Nodal without leaving aside the issue of the mental health of his famous son. Seek that he does not relapse into anxieties or depressions, from which he has had to get him out with his psychiatrist.

Let us remember that all this health crisis of the mother of J Balvin occurs when the singer sent a boycott message to the Latin Grammy. Resident He responded by saying that his music sounded like a hot dog cart among many other things. There was a whole controversy and a “carry and bring” in which the boxer himself ended up intervening Saul Canelo Alvarez.

It also tells us how Riverhis grandson, has come to change and reassure his son and make him a better human being and if marriage is the next step in the relationship between J Balvin and Valentina Ferrer. The interview will be out tomorrow June 24 in “Wake up America“, which airs Monday through Friday starting at 7:00 am EST and Sundays at 8:00 am EST on local Univision networks.

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