Although millions of people were waiting for the "resurrection" of the Mexican singer Juan Gabriel this Monday, when the 69th anniversary of his birth was celebrated, the former representative of Divo de Juárez, Joaquín Muñoz, Confirmed that the artist "will not appear yet".
"It won't appear even because we haven't been shown," Muñoz said in an interview with Telemundo 52.
According to Muñoz, Juan Gabriel would have liked to "relive" his birthday, but he is waiting for the order. "by a very important person from Mexico", even though he omitted to say who it was.
"Your life is in danger"
"At that time, he says, at that time everything is arranged, tomorrow I will ask him about the date so that he [Juan Gabriel] I can go because Your life is in danger, if they find it, they kill him"Muñoz said.
In November last year, Muñoz surprised the Mexican public when he claimed the singer Alberto Aguilera Valadez, real name to Juan Gabriel, "he simulated his death"And he assured that he would return on December 15, 2018, although he later corrected and set the return on January 7 this year.
With the expectations that returned to the singer born on January 7, 1950 in Parácuaro, in the state of Michoacán, many people were sad and disappointed to wait to return Divo de Juárez.
I've been waiting all day for the resurrection of Juan Gabriel. What time is it
– Anacleta (@doubleethink) January 8, 2019
Does anyone know of pure coincidence when will Juan Gabriel reappear ?? I take some nerves that tell them ..
– Carlos Aguilar (@krlosalarios) January 8, 2019
As the day passed, some people went from feelings to the "resurrection" of Juan Gabriel to complete hopelessness.
Juan Gabriel did not arise again.
Now I don't believe in anything,
– Conini (@coniconpalta) January 8, 2019
Although many fans remembered him on this day, the Twitter account of the singer took a tweet to wish him a congratulations on the day.
Despite speculation about his death, it is clear that the Mexican audience misses the voice of the interpreter of hits like "I have no money" (1971), "I forgot again" (1974), "Querida" (1984) and & # 39; until I met you & # 39; (1986).