Patricio Parodi lives in his parents’ house at the age of 29. Photo: LR composition/Youtube capture/America television/Instagram/Patricio Parodi
Patricio Parodi was taken care of after the heavy rains that were written all over the Peruvian coast due to Cyclone Yaku. As it is known, 18 districts of Lima and four of Callao have reached a state of emergency due to the situation of danger or the event of disaster. In this sense, the member “This war” did not hesitate to share images of the rain from the mansion Las Casuarinas, located in La Molina. The spouse Luciana Fuster wanted to mention how the popular phenomenon of Lima hit.
Patricio Parodi was afraid of the rain
On this occasion, Patricio Parodi recorded everything from the window of his house and shared it through his official Instagram account. “Look how it’s raining! This is a crazy thing, ah. Now, my little roof is going to fall. As long as I don’t go into the room, all is well,” he said.
Patricio Parodi: how the luxurious house of the warrior in Las Casuarinas?
Patricio Parodi lives luxuriously in Las Casuarinas, in the La Molina region, with his parents and siblings, at the age of 29. The house overlooks large spaces both inside and outside: its garden and pool, as well as bedrooms, bathrooms with Jacuzzi, living room, walk-in closet, kitchen, terrace, and even a gym for real luxury.
Patricio Parodi dedicated words of affection to his mother for Women’s Day. Photo: Instagram / Patricio Parodi
Sometimes Patricio Parodi publishes pictures from the dining room of his house. Photo: Instagram / Patricio Parodi
Patricio Parodi and his terrace in his house in La Molina. Photo: Instagram / Patricio Parodi
Patricio Parodi took advantage of the midsummer to enjoy the pool. Photo: Patricio Parodi/Instagram
Why does Patrick Parodi live with his parents?
Not only Patricio Parodi, but also his sisters were criticized a few weeks ago, after they found out that they were living in their parents’ house. On this matter the commander of the army went out to defend himself.
“My father built a big house because we all live there. Everyone has their own space, their privacy and right. I don’t see anything wrong. People criticize everything,” said Luciana Fuster, a partner.