Pablo Montero sings to Nicolás Maduro on his birthday and criticizes him

The Mexican Pablo Montero was the target of criticism for singing at the birthday celebration of the president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro. Users of social networks reproached the singer and his name became a trend.

In the celebration for the 59 years of the president, which was broadcast yesterday by the Venezuelan state channel VTV, the Mexican sang to Maduro “The mañanitas”, and songs like “El Rey” and “Alma llanera”.

Maduro shared images of Montero on his social networks, who gave him his charro hat.

“Nicolás, I give you this hat, it is mine. With much affection,” the Mexican told him.

Montero was flooded on social networks. Some expressed that as Mexicans they were ashamed of their performance or stressed that they are only interested in the economic aspect.

Venezuelan exile declares Pablo Montero persona non grata

The Organization of Venezuelans Persecuted Politicians in Exile (Veppex) announced on Wednesday that it declared the singer “persona non grata” for performing for the Venezuelan president.

“Pablo Montero, unfortunately, acts on him and ingratiates himself with an individual who is accused of drug trafficking, has an investigation in the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity and violates the human rights of Venezuelans,” Veppex wrote.

With information from EFE



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