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Pablo Montero serenaded Nicolás Maduro on his birthday


Pablo Montero performed several songs in the central courtyard of the Miraflores Palace (Photo: Twitter / @ NicolasMaduro)

This Tuesday, the dictator of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, he turned 59 and, as is his custom, held an opulent celebration at the Miraflores Palace, which was broadcast on open television, with hundreds of guests.

One of the luxury attendees was the Mexican actor and singer Pablo Montero, who made the trip to perform a private show, which was full of gifts and good wishes in honor of Maduro and his family,

Along with his mariachi group, Montero performed different songs, among which were Alma Llaneraby Pedro Elías Gutiérrez; This jealousyby Vicente Fernández; The kingby José Alfredo Jiménez; and Las Mañanitas.

Dressed in a black suit and a huge hat characteristic of the charrería, Pablo Montero intoned these melodies with his thick voice while greeting Maduro, his wife Cilia Flores and his youngest daughter.

Pablo Montero serenaded Nicolás Maduro on his birthday
The Mexican singer gave his hat to the dictator (Photo: Twitter / @ NicolasMaduro)

In the middle of the presentation, the singer-songwriter took his hat and gave it to the Venezuelan dictator, who took it, put it on his head and made a shout that ended with a “Long live Emiliano Zapata”. Later, Montero gave him a few words of thanks.

“Thanks to all the beautiful people in this country who have always received me with a lot of affection, a lot of love, and we come with all our hearts to bring Mexican music. Nicolás, I give you this hat that is mine, with a lot of affection, and it fits you on a penny ”, he mentioned.

Later, during the celebration, Nicholas Mature He recalled that 8 years ago, on his 51st birthday, the singer Juan Gabriel attended the celebration and also dedicated some songs to him. He also thanked Montero and mentioned that his wife was the “culprit” of the surprise.

“8 years ago Juan Gabriel also sang to me, I thank you Pablo Montero. I thank the artists of El Sistema. I appreciate the celebration of this 59th birthday at the Miraflores Palace. Cilia is the culprit of this surprise that they gave me today. Great blessings to Mexico”, He detailed.

Hours later, from their social networks, the dictator reiterated his recognition of Pablo Montero and he assured him that the doors of Venezuela will always be open to him for his extraordinary presentation.

Pablo Montero serenaded Nicolás Maduro on his birthday
(Photo: Twitter / @ NicolasMaduro)

“With much love I received the Mexican singer and actor Pablo Montero at the Miraflores Palace. Thank you for bringing us the strength of Mexico and singing these songs for me and all the Venezuelan people. The doors of Venezuela will always be open to you, Pablo”Maduro wrote.

It should be remembered that the Mexican singer is very close to the Venezuelan regime, since in 2013 he attended the last day of Hugo Chávez’s funeral in the honor room of the Military Academy of Caracas, after his death on March 15 of that year.

“I have come many times and it is sad to come in this situation in which the people of Venezuela find themselves and we do it with great affection on the part of the people of Mexico, on the part of my family. Come bring music that the commander liked so much“, said.

In that presentation he also interpreted The king, in addition to the well-known song Law of the hill, also by Vicente Fernández. What’s more, commented on the previous meeting he had with Nicolás Maduro, who at that time barely took the reins of the South American country.

“We were talking about how hard it has been, and they thank us Mexicans very much, from me, for coming to represent our music,” said the singer.

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