'They link him' for his success 2023/09/30
The recent statements of Sergio Mayer. He says that they involve him in problems and scandals because of his success, since they want to appear, stand out or sell, and he believes himself to have a bearer check. It's not a joke, it's not a joke, these are real statements from this man, who is mentioned many times by many people due to his alleged links with people who belong or belonged to criminal groups such as the Los Cartel. Beltran Leyva.
For example, Mayer He assures that they talk about him to sell books, but that he invites them to file a complaint if they have something against him, although he does not file a complaint since he has appeared in four or more books and they leave him as corrupt, abusive, someone who has direct links with organized crime people and they openly say that he is a pimp, but prefers not to sue, so as not to give focus to the author of the book.
Don't you think it's incredible? To me, yes.
On the other hand, he assures that his Garibaldi colleagues have work thanks to the fact that he recommended them on the tour of the 90's Pop Tour. Does this mean that he is the only one with negotiating power and contacts? But the worst thing was when he said that Katiaby Garibaldi, his career bothered him.
Look, I believe that there are races that can be uncomfortable, like that of Diego Luna, Gael García Bernal, Jaime Camil, Luis Miguel, Gloria TreviBut his?... the worst thing is that he means it.
There are many debts that it owes to people, many demands, many claims and, sooner or later, Mayer He will have to account for his bad actions.
So, to finish quickly, according to Mr. Mayer, they link him to crimes due to his tremendous success. Where has something like this been seen?
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