And I gave him my full support. Salsa singer Yahaira Plasencia expressed her concern about the “missteps” that Michelle Soifer took during the “Reggaeton Lima Festival” on Saturday, May 20 at the St. Mark’s Stadium.
As you may remember, this event was one of the most anticipated concerts of the year. However, technical failures, delays, and the absence of some artists made the experience of the event not the best, to which the attendees did not hesitate to express their complaints through social networks.
In this unpleasant situation, Michelle Soifer made her scene, which generated the anger of those present, since no one expected her presentation of the results.
The singer exploded during his performance and, after completing his three songs, decided to retire. Visions of this incident quickly became viral on social networks, and “la rosada” did not take long to spread its support to its musical colleague.
What did Yahaira Plasencia say?
The artist came to the defense of “Michi” and criticized the attitude of the audience, which he claimed to have shared with Soifer.
“I spoke to Michi, he told me: “I used my ear, it’s true that I didn’t hear anything”. I think many artists felt bad, I was also very upset”, he visibly said. disturbed
In the same lines, he added that Peruvians do not favor national talent, and that is the reason why we do not have an outstanding artist.
“We have to nurture our talents, if we don’t do it, who will? That’s why we can’t have artists like Karol G, Fonseca, because we don’t support each other”, concluded “Yaha” in an interview with the program of the morning show.
Mark speaks of after sins
Communicating with the program Rodrigo Gonzales and Gigi Miter, popularly called “Nena” are grateful for the experience.
“I’m very happy that I got in front of so many people, which I think is what every artist always strives to have, a large audience,” said “Love and Fire”.
He added that he always wants to give his best on stage and to be recognized for his music and is working hard to achieve his goal.
“(Also) being able to make your music known and as you write, always working and giving your best is the most important thing,” Michi said.
This is how Michelle Soifer defended herself from the accusations she received at the Reggaetn Lima Festival, also accepting the support of artists such as Yahaira Plasencia, among others.