VIDEO: Karol G angers and confronts the police to defend his fans after being attacked

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the character of Carol G It is always demonstrated by the singer both above and below the stage, and this occasion was no exception. This time she had to interrupt her first presentation in Guayaquil, Ecuador due to the presence of gases inside her concert at the Voltaire Paladines Coliseum in that city.

“I have to tell the Police: I am the first to care about people’s health and well-being… I don’t know what is happening. But, what you are doing is dangerous, why do you dump those gases here; in a closed place”said the singer when she interrupted her performance.

Said uncomfortable moment occurred when Karol G performed her hit “Mamii”, at that time, the Colombian artist interrupted her presentation. There he noticed that several of the attendees began to feel discomfort derived from the gas that was used to calm the disturbances that occurred outside the arena.

Moment when the singer said: “But if we are fine, and if the people are fine. Why are they leaking gas? as a complaint to the National Police. Faced with this situation, the “Bichota” decided to suspend her concert.

After 20 minutes, Karol G jumped back on stage to perform the songs “Don’t be shy”, “200 copas”, “Bichota”, “Tusa” and thus continue with his presentation, which ended without setbacks according to various local media.

Through its Twitter account, the National Police of Ecuador said that “PEPPER GAS was used outside the coliseum to dissuade people who caused excesses, but not inside it as it circulates on social networks.”

It was also ruled out that the gas inside had come from its elements. “The chemical agents used inside the coliseum would have been expanded by private security personnel hired by the event organizers. The Ecuadorian Police has the responsibility to carry out specific functions entrusted to maintain public order”the dependency ended.

The city of Guayaquil was a stop on the “Bichota Tour Reloaded”, which also has presentations in the nations of Colombia, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama and El Salvador.

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