Rodrigo González questioned Aída Martínez: “A person about to lose their sight does not go on a motorcycle”
Strong declarations. The driver of “Love and Fire” Rodrigo Gonzalezmade comments about the model's health Aida Martínez, who had recently announced that he was suffering from an incurable eye disease. Gonzalez He expressed his amazement at seeing her succeed in a motorcycle competition, despite her recent health condition.
This happened after the former reality contestant was upset by the criticism she received due to her participation in the aforementioned race, despite the fact that her husband stated on social networks that he was on the verge of losing his vision. Gigi Miter's friend emphasized that both her own Aida as Adolfo Carrasco They were the ones who warned about his state of health.
“You worry about your diagnosis, your partner comes out to say another topic at the time, you accept that this is for a long treatment,” said the presenter in the recent edition of his program, on November 6.
The presenter 'Peluchín' stressed that the criticism has nothing to do with people's desire to prevent the model from following her passion for sports. According to the host, the public's distrust is due to the belief that someone who has undergone recent surgery could not participate in a competition of that magnitude.
“I believe that seeing you riding that motorcycle fulfilling your dreams is something that no one can stop celebrating, but at least people are surprised and the facts are that: a person who is about to lose his sight is not going to a motorcycle,” he attacked laexchica reality.
Notably Aida Martínez announced on his social media platforms his willingness to take legal action against those who questioned his health condition. “In order to concentrate, I could not see the networks, I will speak with my lawyer and the doctors to see how we proceed with everything that has been said. We have evidence and foundations, I just needed my space to feel good,” she said on that occasion.
The model Aída Martínez did not hesitate to respond to the “Amor y Fuego” cameras when she was questioned about her surprising recovery after recent eye surgery. Despite this, the woman from Arequipa was defiant and emphasized that she continues with her medical treatment to participate in the motorcycle race.
“(How do you go from the state you were in to competing in an extreme sport?) To show that it is possible, I have rested as my doctor said, I have done everything he told me. I have all the evidence (...) I don't have to explain my illness to anyone, for me it's not nice to say I'm sick," she told the aforementioned media.
To support his claim, Martínez claims to have tomography scans that show the real state of his eyesight. “You can see the stain, the bruise, it's like... I don't remember how to say it. Now I don't see 100%, I need two years of treatment,” she added.
“I already won, he who does not risk, does not win, brother, for the people, I am not going to truncate my dreams, because of what they think, it is not that I see it overnight, but the powers that I have me "They have served to win this championship," he concluded.
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