In addition to the couple of songs that she released as a duet with Rauw Alejandro and showing in one of the videos that he already gave her the engagement ring, another of the things that Rosalía has given something to talk about is expressing her taste for aguachiles , a dish that captivated her on her last visit to Mexico and that she even tried to recreate at home.
After this confession by the Spanish singer, a few days later it was announced that she would offer a concert on April 28 at the Zócalo in Mexico City. The event will be free for all who want to attend, which is why it has become one of the most anticipated presentations by Mexicans.
Given the euphoria and emotion that this news caused in its Mexican fans, much has been joked about the fact that countless people will sleep one night and even a week before the day of the presentation to enjoy the songs of the “in the front row.” Motomami”. However, someone who, apparently, will not suffer from this is a boy who assured on TikTok that he bought a ticket for said concert.
Through a video shared on his profile, the user identified under the name of Orlando Vargas presumed that he managed to get a ticket to see the Spanish singer in the capital’s Zócalo, as part of the free event organized by the City’s Secretary of Tourism. of Mexico, an action that soon drew the attention of network users, who did not hesitate to explain that they had been scammed.
Chico boasts a ticket for Rosalía’s concert in the Zócalo of the CDMX and was the target of ridicule in networks. pic.twitter.com/Dj4QWtik3r
— no one (@BlanVane) April 21, 2023
In the recording of just over 30 seconds, the young man says that he got said ticket with a reseller, since through the famous ticket companies for said events he did not reach any, so he took on the task of looking for them on his own. until he found a man with whom he also had the fortune to acquire it cheaper than the original price.
Friends, I am very excited because I finally found a ticket to go see Rosalía in the Zócalo. Very good vibes, sir, even from two thousand (approximately $111) he lowered it to fifteen hundred, a real bargain.
Showing his ticket at all times and advising all his followers to be careful with people who wanted to clone tickets for said event, Orlando’s video soon went viral on the short video platform, where he immediately became the target of ridicule and it didn’t take long for it to be filled with fun comments from multiple users.
For the most part, they were jokes from people saying that they had found tickets for five pesos, while a few others claimed to have found them in the VIP area or in the front row, as everyone tried to make him realize that he had been a victim. of a scam, because access to the concert will be free.