Controversy originated the Lucero’s comments towards “If you had me”, song written by Gian Marco, during a virtual concert with his ex-husband, Manuel Mijares, On the subject, the Peruvian singer-songwriter spoke in an interview for the newspaper Ojo.
The artist did not reveal that the international press contacted him a few hours ago to ask him about the matter, but that he did not know what to answer because he had not heard of Lucero’s words.
“I must confess that yesterday that I started the media campaign I had to do ‘Ventaneando’ in Mexico and suddenly we were talking about my album and the journalist asked me if I saw the live that Lucero and Mijares did. He immediately tells me. ‘What do you think of Lucero’. And I had no idea what he was talking about. Until today, when I saw a piece of the video and obviously understood what had happened ”, he pointed.
After learning of the fact, Gian Marco was encouraged to clarify the matter and affirmed that he has no problem with the Mexican artist, whom – according to he said – he had no problem writing a song.
“I recorded that song in 2011 and Mijares includes it on a record with many of my songs. But in Mexico the talk was that the song was written especially for Lucero, and when I saw the video that she talks about the song I realized that it was a joke, that it is not said in a bad way “, Held.
“Then they asked me: ‘Would you write a song for Lucero?’ And I have answered that of course I do. Imagine, Alejandro Fernández, Pandora, Mijares, Hash have sung me, so if Lucero sings me a song would be the best. I had the opportunity to be with her once, she is divine. It makes me laugh what all that joke has caused”He added.
It should be remembered that during a virtual concert, Lucero showed his disgust with the song “If you had me”, which was once performed by Manuel Mijares. He considered it “lousy.”
“One that is very bad is that of “If you had me”, very bad, very bad. I know you don’t sing it to me, but it’s really bad “, he referred.
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