Finally, the day came when the Mexican singer, Juan Gabriel, was supposed to become public with life, but Joaquín Muñoz, the former secretary of the artist and the person who announced the date, says something else.
"Everything depends on the person taking it out," Muñoz said.
Apparently, Juan Gabriel will wait to receive approval and protection from the current president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to be shown public again, Muñoz said.
"It's not going to look yet because we haven't yet where it should appear," said former secretary Divo de Juárez.
"To him [Juan Gabriel] would have liked to leave the birthday, "Muñoz said.
And he judged: "There is no date [para el retorno]. Tomorrow I will ask for the date. "
Alberto Aguilera Valadez, better known as Juan Gabriel, died on August 28, 2016 after suffering a heart attack in Santa Monica, California.
Muñoz basically said that Juan Gabriel would appear in mid-December, but then claimed that Divo might return on January 7, 2019, on his birthday.