Juan Gabriel is still alive, and it protects against coronavirus, says ex-manager

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Juan Gabriel is the new account in the midst of the controversy following the statements of Joaquin Muñoz, former representative of the deceased singer, as this ensures that the Divo of Juárez is alive and out of danger now that you have decided to isolate themselves to avoid catching the COVID-19, better known as coronavirus.

The news was given to know through the social networks Joaquin Muñoz and immediately became viral among internet users thanks to the affection that the people have to Juan Gabriel; the ex-manager of the singer has been characterized by to assure that this is alive and hidden from the paparazzi.

“Loves, will tell you that Alberto is already perfectly, he had a flu and cough but since I topped it, does not have a slope that is going to infect the coronavirus. Alberto is well protected”, he noted Joaquin Muñoz, ex-manager of the singer.

Juan Gabriel is still alive, and it protects against coronavirus, says his ex-manager.

Juan Gabriel does not have coronavirus

Joaquin Muñoz he assured that the singer managed to cool off with the rain after all the morning to feel heated, and took the opportunity to ask the fans of Juan Gabriel that will ask you for evidence that he is alive because not authorized to post pictures along the Divo of Juarez.

“Please, don’t go insisting that shows a photo of Alberto and me together, you can’t and I have to respect what he decides,” says Joaquín Muñoz in his publication.

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Juan Gabriel is still alive, and it protects against coronavirus, says his ex-manager.

In the same way revealed that the reason why John Gabriel’s faked her death before the public is due to that the President of Mexico he has not listened to his request to investigate his case with the Prosecutor of the Nation. Users of social networks have strongly attacked the ex-manager and there were some who accused him of being a pretender.

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