Santa Fe Klan remembers fights and lawsuits that it had in its neighborhood in Guanajuato

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Before they were famous, Santa Fe Klan He lived in a neighborhood of Guanajuato where for some reasons he became involved in certain fights that he says were mainly because the music he performed and that apparently they were envious of him.

In an interview with Yordi Rosado, the rapper pointed out that there were times when he left his house to go to the center of Guanajuato or somewhere else, they provoked him to start fighting.

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“In the neighborhood the only fights I had were over the music or their girlfriends were in the neighborhood with us. I didn't know them and I had to defend myself, I couldn't go out to the center or wherever I was because they pushed me, they let me go and shot themselves in the center. It wasn't about anything personal, nothing about violence or drugs. The police took us for painting or doing hip-hop.”

Due to those fights, the Santa Fe Klan recalled that they sued him, and he also pointed out that when he got involved in fights he did not think that someone could lose their life.

“We had lawsuits and even problems with friends that we regretted because we kind of played with life and death. It was about throwing ourselves into a fight with chains or sticks, we didn't think anyone could be there, but we thought we were cholos and we had something to defend ourselves with. We didn't think that our families were waiting for us at home, it was like they were envious of me, I don't know why, and those in my neighborhood defended me."

Finally, he mentioned that someone sued him for a fight and that asked him to stop getting involved in those topics, and that he noticed that he had a talent for music and even gave him some guitar lessons.

“Once, those in a lawsuit told me that I had talent, that I shouldn't be a brawler, and that they were going to give me some guitar lessons. They gave me a free pass for guitar lessons and it didn't (didn't go). I felt sorry for riding in the truck with a broken guitar, I won't be able to do anything.”

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