“At the worst time, we partied for 3 days straight. I remember there came a time when my heart started beating that I had to accept it. I started walking like that, something that my friends don’t usually see in me,” continued the dancer.
“I’ve been using it a lot for about 3 years and I’ve never had anything like this. I told them ‘friend, I have a problem, I think it’s too much, I’m going to attack, I’m going to die.’ But, don’t worry, I’ll try to control it.’ When I got there, I started dancing to try to lower myself a little bit, and my heart kept going like that, it was having a heart attack,” he added.
“I sat on the couch and was on my phone. I made a will, because I thought I was going to die, I sent my mom, I told her “mom, I’m sorry, I’m sorry for what I did, I’m sorry I didn’t tell you what. I’ll pass.”
“I wrote a letter to say goodbye to him, in which I apologized because I really thought I was going to die, I thought I was going to have a heart attack there.”
“My life has to change”
Cony told another time that he experienced in his years that he depended on that substance, this should have been the reason for the start of his rehabilitation process. “I have a boyfriend, who is a DJ, we broke up and for me it was terrible. Another endless party where I started to have an episode of paranoia,” he began.
“I started to think that others wanted to rape me. The thing is I called my ex, I told him “I need help, someone wants to do something to me.” My ex would help me and I was on my own, I was running in the streets of Santiago, he chased me and said ‘Cony! Cony! Cony!’” said the dancer.
“He stopped me, called my mom and told her everything. He didn’t know what I was doing. I reacted by continuing to run. My mother traveled from Quilpué to Santiago. Think about all the time that has passed, I was locked up with a vet, I started talking to the vet that they want to kill me,” he continued.
“Suddenly I went out, I sat in a park. My mother came and when I saw her she was afraid of me that I started to move away from her and they had to take me to the ground, my ex, my mother, my ex’s brother, “said Capelli.
“It was a most important moment in my life, I never thought that my addiction would come at such a moment. When my mom saw me lowered to the ground, at 12 noon, with all the people there, I was crazy. That’s when I said ‘my life has to change,’” Cony Capelli concluded.