In recent years Carol G. She has become one of the most representative artists of the reggaeton genre in Latin America, her songs have been a resounding success and her career is on the rise. However, like any other artist, her life has had several ups and downs, despite “La Bichota” reveals how was what Pablo Escobar except to its family of the bankruptcy when she was young.
Recently Carol G. It was the image on the cover of GQ magazine where, in addition to the controversy that arose due to the exaggerated edition of her face, the singer took the opportunity to talk about some situations that made her become the artist she is today. “La Bichota” spoke of the stereotype that she has of her native country where it is believed that there is only drug trafficking.
Reason why I narrate one of the situations that he most remembers from when he was youngand this was the time in which he assures that Pablo ANDscobar except to its family.In accordance with Carol G. it would have been the leader of the Medellín cartel who supported to his mom when his whole family was in bankruptcy; singer reveals than her mother and worked as a waitress in a restaurant that Escobar attended as a diner.
“One night when Escobar ate dinner at the restaurant where she worked, he left her a tip that would change the life of the family and help them get back on their feet.”
it was like that Karol G reveals that thanks to this tip, Pablo Escobar saved to its family of the bankruptcy when the singer was very young because his family was going through a complicated situation, because in those years Colombia was going through a strong crisis due to drug trafficking; however, he returned to the fact that that time has passed and now his native country has a better quality of life.
For her part, she also recalled the fact of how difficult it was for her and her family those years, since one of his uncles was murdered for having been on the street during one of the curfews of that time. Nevertheless Carol G.took advantage of the space to make it clear that his country is no longer in the same situation, and that the stereotype of Colombia is only something collective that must be left behind.