Julio César Chávez fears for his son's health due to relapse again: “I feel sorry for him”
Outside of boxing, Julio Cesar Chavez became an inspirational figure to combat the addictions, even set up several clinics for this social work; however, his son Julio César Chávez Jr. has not been able to do the same, despite all the support he has received from his family, the great mexican champion He accepted that his son is not well.
He Junior relapsed once againwhich is why his father shared the pain What causes you to see your son in a bad way and not be able to help him despite all the efforts you have made. In a talk for the podcast Joking with the RiverasJulio César opened up about how Chávez Jr. is and what the family has been through.
In recent days, Chávez Carrasco reappeared on social networks and uploaded a series of videos again in which he once again exploded against his family, he even detracted from his father's greatness in boxing by saying that “he fought with just a taxi driver.” And according to the now sports commentator, this is a reflection of the psychosis generated by the pills he consumes.
This whole situation that Chávez Jr. is going through causes concern for the former Mexican champion, because despite the fact that a year ago his son was in a rehabilitation cliniche didn't manage to heal him completely, so he felt sorry for all the moments he was wasting.
“It was there for a year, but a week later it came out and again... I said “My God! What happened?". I took him back to the clinic, he cleaned himself and came out. "He makes me feel sorry for his children, they are little and the pend**** is not enjoying it, with all due respect, and that is what hurts me the most."
Julio César clarified that his son is not addicted to the most well-known substances, but rather he consumes pills that help him lose weight. From the experience of mr knockoutThe problem of julito The thing is that he never learned to use those pills properly, consequently he became addicted.
“Right now I am going through a very difficult moment, very sad because Julio, My son has not wanted to give up. It's the only problem I have right now, and he doesn't take drugs with cocaine... with pills! To lose weight. “Those pi**** are pills that are good if you know how to use them, but they are so addictive that you take 20, 30 that you begin to psychotize,” he noted.
With tears about to overflow, Julio César Chávez He accepted the great pain he has from seeing his first-born in that state, and accepted that as a father it has cost him a lot, especially for having clinics and not giving him a rehabilitation program that requires Chavez Jr.
“It is something very painful for me… the biggest pain I have felt is that I, having my addiction clinics, cannot help him”
Finally, Chávez González shared the fears he has of seeing julito In a vulnerable state like the one you are going through, due to the side effects that this pill has, it can have fatal consequences for the heart, which is why great mexican champion recognized his distress.
“It hurts me that he is going to go crazy, that an accident is going to happen to him that he drives at 12 or one in the morning, the fucking car is going at full speed, so many fucking pills that he takes he's going to have a heart attack"There are many concerns... he did not want to give up," he explained.
He added that Julio César Chávez Jr. is currently living in the United States, which has made it difficult for him to travel to see his son. Although he has tried to get him into other clinics, he acknowledged that he cannot do so against the will of his son. son because of the legal problems that traveling with him from the US to Mexico would bring.
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