The saga of Juan Gabriel’s resurrection continues. Fans desperately awaited his return on Saturday after the Mexican legend’s ex-manager Joaquín Muñoz claimed that Juanga would make his comeback on December 15. But despite all of the binge watching and Juanga music we performed on repeat over the weekend, sadly, El Divo de Juárez didn’t return to the general public eye.
Joaquín Muñoz appeared on Telemundo’s Al Rojo Vivo to make clear his authentic allegations. “I by no means stated that he would seem on the 15th. [I said we can expect his return] from the 15th on…Most probably the seventh of January, which is his birthday,” he instructed Telemundo’s María Celeste. Muñoz says that Juanga instructed him he might reappear if an official International Day of Juan Gabriel is asserted on the seventh, since there isn’t one in Mexico.
Celeste then exhibits a replica of Juanga’s demise certificates and asks Muñoz to elucidate how Juanga could possibly be alive if this official doc exists. “He’s alive, my queen. That [death certificate] isn’t official. Simona fabricated it; Simona is his daughter-in-law. He’s alive; I used to be simply with him. There is proof as a result of I discuss to him – we WhatsApp one another…We’re mates. I do know the place he’s; I’m the one who pays for all his bills,” he stated. Muñoz then argues that Juanga wouldn’t be charged with a criminal offense for faking his personal demise, and means that the pop icon returned to Mexico after faking his demise by crossing the border in the midst of the night time. Whatever you say, Muñoz.
Meanwhile, Juanga’s son Ivan Aguilera has repeatedly claimed that Muñoz is utilizing his father’s demise as a publicity stunt to advertise his e book Juan Gabriel y yo después de la muerte. Since Muñoz made the unique allegations in March, a number of Spanish-language media shops have picked up the story, and it continues to make headlines.
For now, it appears the wild epic of Juanga’s resurrection continues to be going sturdy. Watch the complete interview under when you wait patiently for January 7.
H/T: El Comercio