Hard moments lived the national humorist Mauricio Medina, known as The Indian of the defunct comedy duo Dynamite Show. In August, he was admitted in serious condition after suffering complications with his diabetes and now, almost a month after the episode, he told how his recovery has been. “I was wrong, but not anymore”, admitted.
The former co-worker of Paul Vasquez, alias The skinny, he told the national newspaper The latest news that the hospitalization lasted two weeks and that he had to undergo two surgeries surgical cleaning on his right foot, a product of chronic disease.
In the intervention, carried out in the Hospital Barros Luco On August 31, they removed a large amount of skin from the area, for which he must temporarily move in a wheelchair.
“I want to laugh at the situation. I have not asked myself to get up with my right foot and on the 18th (National Holidays) I could dance only one foot of the cueca, ”she jokingly said, in her purest style.
The comedian confessed that for a long time he neglected his diabetes and stopped attending routine check-ups, especially after the pandemic began. “I was fooling myself and look how I ended up. It is not a good idea. I have to go to cures every three months (…) I go with a waterproof suit, mask, face shield, so as not to catch COVID-19, ″ he said.
Medina explained that after the cures they are painful in their first hours. “It is evolving well, fast. There are several stages, three or four more months“, advancement.
With everything, The Indian He assured that with the affection of his family, at home, “he has felt good.” Came to smoke a pack of cigarettes a dayand, now, he said that that amount went down. “I am on a more or less strict diet (…) I have lost 10 kilos and I have to lose nine more. I’m going to look like DiCraprio, ”he continued jokingly.
Regarding the wheelchair, the comedian said that he has no other option to get around. “I can not walk. I have to ride in the chair, my new 2 × 2 truck. Life goes on“, He assured.
Finally, Medina announced that despite his delicate situation, he is preparing a new virtual presentation to be held this October 1 at 10 p.m. in Passline. “That’s why I decided to do this show. There I will be sitting on a chair (…) I don’t want to give the image of the poor man, the poor comedian in a wheelchair, because it is not a good sign. People think you’re sick and don’t hire you anymore ”, he closed.