The unfortunate death of Fernando del Solar caused netizens to remember his brief stint on the Hoy programwho is rumored to have resigned due to alleged mistreatment he received by Andrea Legarreta, Galilea Montijo and the other drivers.
Given this situation, the press contacted Tania Rincon to question him about the veracity of these rumors, this because both drivers were great friends during the time they shared credits on TV Azteca’s Venga La Alegría. However, she claimed that he was never mistreated by the other members of the program.
“Fer had a short time in Hoy, it was a difficult time for him and he didn’t adapt because it’s just played differently… Now that I live with my teammates I realize that none of them was rude to him, he just didn’t adapt,” he said. Tania Rinconwho in October 2021 became the new host of Televisa’s morning show.
Fernando del Solar and his controversial passage through Hoy
As AmericanPost.News mentioned before, Fernando del Solar became host of Hoy in March 2018 at the invitation of the late producer Magda Rodríguez. To the public’s surprise, the Argentine-born star announces her departure from the show just three months later.
For a long time it was rumored that Andrea Legarreta and Galilea Montijo had mistreated him, which influenced him to resign from the program, despite the fact that he needed the job due to his illness. However, he made it clear that his departure from the morning was due to the fact that “he did not manage to empathize as he would have liked.”
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When did Fernando del Solar die?
Fernando del Solar died on June 30. According to statements by his widow Anna Ferro, the driver suffered a severe depression as a result of the death of his father, which caused his defenses to drop and he became ill with a flu, which was complicated until it became a picture of pneumonia that unfortunately he could not overcome.
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