Manager of Eslabón Armado cuts interview with 'El Gordo y La Flaca' because of a question

The manager of the group was upset when they were asked a question about the MP brand.

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After a few days ago Pedro Tovar, vocalist of Eslabón Armado, revealed that he was upset because he had not received credit for the composition of 'Ella Baila Sola' from Peso Pluma, the band once again gave something to talk about after His manager will abruptly end an interview with the journalist from 'El Gordo y La Flaca', David Valadez.

The interruption occurred after the reporter asked the members of the group if they would be willing to collaborate with Marca MP, a question that immediately angered the one who is also the singer's father.

The reason for their reaction was that, as revealed on the Univision program, Pedro Vargas 'El Chato', leader of the other group, worked with Eslabón Armado. However, he left her because of alleged mistreatment, which caused him to distance himself from them and some quarrels.

During the evening program they also reported that it is not the first time that the band's manager has been involved in a public altercation, since he previously had words with businessman Jimmy Humilde, who did not want to sign them on his label, during a transmission through social networks.

David Valadez also made it clear that there was no problem with the members of Eslabón Armado, whom he defined as talented and very simple, for which he hoped that their success would not be clouded by the problems that are generated by the people around them.

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