Given the strong criticism he received since arriving in Venezuela, singer Miguel Ignacio Mendoza, known as "Nacho", broke the silence and sent a message to anyone who criticized each of the movements while he was in the country.
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With remarkable sadness and nostalgia, Nacho said goodbye through his Instagram account with a message for his opponents, who on this occasion were people who share their political ideology. "I say goodbye to a strange feeling, with the spirit of limbo. Hate has taken over. The radical blindness is overwhelming, and this time I take blows from those who apparently share my political position."
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In part of his message, the Venezuelan interpreter left the opportunity not to return to the country while maintaining the current political and social state. "It will be very difficult for me to come home to his home country under his circumstances, despite having received respect, thanks to my firmness, from politicians who have received my most critical criticism, I understand well: Don't bind respect to share inclinations or ideals My gay friends have never tried to make me homosexual, atheists have never been able to divert faith in God and so Chavistas has never stopped me from opposing the Venezuelan government, they may find me a detector, but never an enemy, reads a fragment of the text.
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I say goodbye to a strange feeling, with the spirit of limbo. Hate has taken over. The blindness of radicalism is overwhelming, and this time I'm being beaten by those who seem to share my political position. It will be very difficult for me to get back to my homeland under his circumstances, despite having received respect, thanks to my firmness, from politicians who have received my most critical criticism, well understand: Do not bind respect to share inclinations or ideals. My gay friends have never tried to make me homosexual, atheists have never been able to divert faith in God and so Chavistas has never stopped me from opposing the Venezuelan government, it is possible that they find me a detector, but Never an enemy Perhaps I should have heard advice from those who told me not to risk it. I was careful not to take care of part and attacked the other. I have beautiful children and a wife who needs me, my life is beautiful enough to add blurry energies. I hope the country's problems are solved, and I think we need a change of government (that's my conviction), but I also believe we need a change of mind and spirit. It will affect finding my country in other countries. Life is one and as much love as I feel for my people, if I were to decide between saving one hundred people or saving my family, like a human being, except my family. I don't need money, thanks to my work, I have enough to live. I have not had any problems in the United States because I have not been or are an opportunist for governments or opposition, and no matter how much they attempt to deny my reputation, they will never find anything related to criminal acts or to the use of national capital for personal interests. I live in Miami quietly and my neighbors see me on the streets with my children and my wife makes the market, takes them to school, is going to do sports, for them I am not a controversy or a novelty and the truth, at this point I think I am overlooking my blessing. Hopefully, one day everything will be better for you. For now, I prefer not to know much more. God bless you.
During his brief visit to the country, Mendoza was criticized for maintaining an alleged affiliation with Joselynn Acosta Bertho, daughter of the former governor of Aragua, Caryl Bertho, after a photograph was circulated together. They assure that the woman owns a bakery located in a nightclub that Nacho has in Maracay.
Nacho's first act of heroism in Venezuela: selfie with the daughter of ex-governor of Aragua and the right man of Tarek, Caryl Bertho. This young woman is a partner of Nacho and Aldo Sapienza, and has her pastry shop at the "libertario" reggaeton store in Maracay … A totally undisputed pic.twitter.com/SQ6yIds8Be
– VVjournalists (@VVSinMiedo) December 28, 2018
On December 27, Nacho came to Venezuela aboard a private plane, the first incident that gave strong criticism and accused him of being "plugged in" by the national government. Thousands of supporters also rejected the arrival of Valencia, the government's government party, Rafael Lacava, who believed it was due to previous agreements between them.