León Larregui denounces aggression in Paris

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A series of tweets They started the rumors of his condition and the concern of his fans.

If you remember the year 2010, Leon larregui went viral with the video of his arrest in Mexico City, this Thursday morning the story was repeated, now with a series of tweets that claimed he had been beaten in Paris.

In a first publication he stated that the “Paris mafia” had beaten him, with incomprehensible wording and where he placed the names of the streets where he was. Following this, he continued to request help. When there was no response, he commented that he was being discriminated against after being “humiliated and beaten.”

Due to the way the tweets were written, in addition to the messages about the “mafia”, rumors increased that the singer was drunk. After a few hours all the publications were deleted, until now the musician has not commented anything regarding the incident.

Like going back in time, there were fans worried about Larregui, while others took the opportunity to share a series of memes regarding the singer’s situation. Among those that predominate the scenes of the simpsons and the viral video of his arrest in 2010.


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