March 23, 2017 07:57
Posted on March 23, 2019 at 8:59 PM
José Luis Rodríguez, the Venezuelan singer, known as "El Puma", said on Friday that Maduro and his followers pay their own shares.
"This bad and bad part will end", said Rodríguez after a concert in the city of Efe Miami.
The artist will comment on the 11th of May on the world, no matter where the current refugee world escapes, paying, paying.
"Many of Venezuela's people are turned off and paid, wherever they go, they pay for it," he affirmed.
The Venezuelan singer's commentary comes in a month that appeared in the Aid Live charity concert held in the city of Cúcuta (Colombia).
Other important music groups, such as Alejandro Sanz, Miguel Bosé and Luis Fonsi, joined this initiative and jointly managed to send humanitarian aid to a serious crisis.
"I do not know where we got the strength but everything went well," he said.
Remember that "everything was very fast" and "I was not ready" to give himself the best in the stage.
However, the reason was enough to go to the Colombian and Venezuelan border city and for that reason they were brought up.
"The impact of the encounter with the people with the gaps was so great and I could not find a word to say something," said 76-year-old singer.