Critics got tired Matías Martín After taking Eduardo's decision to disconnect cabito Massa from Alcántara Everything is enough (Metro 95.1), with 13 years of radio with Natalia Graciano, felt the need go to defend
And he made a letter with his Instagram account. Next to the image of Matías, the old model began: "I'm dead to this bank @matiasmartinwt and @bastatodo I give faith and I witness what you care about the subject, "referring to the delicate health situation of Cabito.
"What this decision costs you and how many times they talked back. Absolutely unfair, I believe that you are not the damages that you thinkHe just left himself, though without mentioning it, as if it was NOT a difficult moment. And you're going! "Continued Graciano.
She has always talked with her partner, and she went on: "You've talked about the problems you did not have at any given time. You have been banished for a long time, you never have to say what you are doing, you just did! If you have something, GOOD PEOPLE, a good person, is a sensitive person. "
Matías Martin and Natalia Graciano (Archive).
He continues praising Natalia Matías and talks about the changes in the radio cycle: "I'm a banker to kill my life! You give your face, you are honest and you have a golden heart. It also seems to always tell you that you have a special gift that you need to have a special program. A part of this sensitivity reflects your talent in the professional level that generates the changes, adding sections or turning around the program. It may be the result Everything is enough He's been guessing for 18 years and hears most of the program. "
At the end of your text, Natalia Matías and Cabito open up a future reconciliation. "I think, and I told Cabo, who I like very much about, I hope that it will be a good time to do it, because the success and love years can make a shut up. There is nothing left to be so much for this. Love, always love And they lived so many thanks in many years. A great and well-known momentum for a great part of radio history Everything is enough".