Pati Chapoy, the host of the famous show, went to Yordi Rosado’s YouTube program and shared in a conversation that he came to high school as two young people who died. The driver, Rosado, revealed what happened to the two students.
Likewise, the owner of “Ventaneando” mentioned how her now husband, businessman Alvarus Dávila, with whom she has been married for 45 years.
Pati Chapoy confessed that in his youth, while studying in high school, he had lost two young lovers. In an interview with Yordi Rosado, she shared a small sample of the note in which she reviewed her love life, which culminated when she met her current husband, businessman Alvaro Dávila.
“They liked the two in high school, those two young men unfortunately died shortly after that,” the driver began by reminiscing.
Miracle about the death of both boys Yordi questioned the driver about the causes of death of his high school classmates, for which the driver declared that the death did not occur during his time in high school.
“When I was in the stadium, I lived in the neighborhood of Juárez, I found that they were dead. One of the diabetics and the other from the “driver” accident.
Finally, the television host explained that he studied journalism with several classmates, including the brother of one of his friends, but explained that he was more interested in study and work than in boyfriends.
“And then yes, I started to like the boys from the journalism school, like I did, like I didn’t. One of them, not a member, was my colleague’s brother. He sold books and I loved it, but it didn’t go away. I was more intrigued because I wanted to work and study and do other things,” said the guest.
After graduating from school and starting to work, Pati Chapoy explained that when he started working, he met the singer Alvaro Dávila at the OTI Festival, with whom he fell in love and became his husband for more than 45 years.
“When I start working, when I see the show at the OTI Festival and my dearest husband Álvaro Dávila, I fall in love. Together for 45 years of marriage and two living in sin”, concluded the noble host.
Pati Chapoy’s words can be seen from minute 32:29