John Gabriel is considered one of the artists greatest Mexicans in the history of the music regional, Latin and even global, that existed. His lyrical and melodic legacy marked more than a generation.
Interestingly, the famous singer Mexican, after 6 years of his death, returns to give something to talk about after a mysterious publication in his official account of Instagramlast August 4.
The post on Juan Gabriel’s Instagram
As reported by Infobae, the social networks of the popularly known as the “Divo de Juárez”, who died of a cardiac arrest in 2016, in The Angelsthey remained inactive and the shared content was memories and unique moments of the Mexican singer.
But strangely, a few days ago all the publications were deleted and a clip was shared that left more than one intrigued and disoriented by the situation that generated said publication.
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The post itself is a short video clip, with small fluorescent green squares and the word “YA” in 3D moving away from the camera. Thus, without giving more indications of what it could be, but which caused thousands of reactions among the followers of the remembered singer-songwriter.
A few days ago a similar clip had also been shared but only with a green background and the word “YA” on top, in addition to a third publication of an image with the same word but motionless.
The reactions of the followers
According to a review by El Telegrafo, immediately after these publications, thousands of likes and comments were obtained, with the reaction of surprise being the main tool for cataloging their interactions, because despite the fact that it is extremely brief, a large number of comments could be implied. things, like his possible posthumous return to the music scene.
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“They already sold the account,” wrote an Instagram user; “Are you thinking of reviving?” Ariel Santana wrote, “Sir, are you alive?” another person commented.
Beyond the speculations of the users, among whom there are those who affirm that Juan Gabriel is still alive, this publication could be the promotion of a song that the “Divo de Juárez” recorded before he died along with the Banda El Recodo and Indiaso it would be a posthumous release. (AND)
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