The bachatero Romeo Santos premiered last Friday in streaming the historic concert “Utopia” held at the MetLife stadium in New Jersey, in 2019, before more than 80 thousand people.
There, at the end of the marathon event that lasted for more than three hours, he took the Dominican flag, put it on the floor, knelt and kissed it, expressing his pride in having Creole roots.
He shared that image again and threw a hint or rather, a very direct phrase: “Thanks for last night, because an image says more than a thousand words.”
The singer added in the publication on his social networks with more than 220 thousand likes and on the 4,629 comments that this Monday he will announce the “last and only Aventura concert to end the Immortal tour”, the series of concerts that could not be performed by the coronavirus pandemic with the members of Grupo Aventura.
With this, the interpreter of “Centavito” apparently respond to the controversy that caused to receive on June 15 the Great Sovereign, and in his acceptance speech, which he arrived two minutes later, he emphasized his origins, which upset many.
“I know that my mother was born and raised in Puerto Rico, I have a special affection for Puerto Rico. I am born and raised in New York, but my heart feels Dominican. “.
In social networks, the comments for and against turned it into a trend for several days. A few users indicated that this scenario was not the ideal one to make such an assertion that, by the way, they had made previously in interviews.
On another issue, prior to presenting the show via streaming, a video in which the composer comments to the announcer went viral Brea Frank the reason why “El mayimbe”, Anthony Santos did not go to the concert.
However, the singer-songwriter has been emphatic in ensuring that the decision was made by Anthony Santos himself and clarified that it is he who owes favors to the veteran Dominican bachatero.
“I have asked Anthony Santos, we are going to put a number, maybe 50 favors, Anthony has done me 48. So, when I tell him to come to ‘Utopia’ he couldn’t for personal reasons, but I am the one What do I owe to Anthony Santos ”, in that way the“ King of bachata ”responded to the question asked by Brea Frank.
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