Pablo Herrera confessed the great cost he paid for imitating Kramer: “People made fun of him”

Pablo Herrera confessed the great cost he paid for imitating Kramer: “People made fun of him”
Pablo Herrera confessed the great cost he paid for imitating Kramer: “People made fun of him”

The singer expressed his defense in Podemos Hablar several years after this memorable presentation that led him to earn an uncomfortable nickname. “They said ‘wow wow,'” he said.

Pablo Herrera has been in the spotlight for his controversial statements about irregular immigrants in Chile, and now some have joined criticism of the comedian Stefan Kramer.

In We can talkthe artist addressed his musical career and how it was affected by imitations of the mentioned.

The situation dates back to 2008, when the famous imitator arrived on stage at the Viña del Mar Festival and amazed the public with a routine that is remembered to this day.

In this context, Kramer imitated Pablo Herrera and revised his classic You’re minecaricatured by the repetition of the sound “wow” which used to be used by the interpreter.

What did Pablo Herrera say about Kramer?

Due to this mere parody, the artist accused that “I really shit… the songI couldn’t sing it in years, because every time people went ‘wow wow wow’, people made fun”.

He even maintained that close people began to bother him for this imitation: “In fact, my friends after a while… Kathy told me ‘wow wow’Pablo didn’t tell me. ‘Hello, wow wow, how are you?’, Don’t tell me like that and I couldn’t sing the song,” he elaborated.

Even so, he stated that the impersonator “asked for permission” to include it in his performance.

“He asked for authorization… I have been with him, my son works with him, but he tells me… with a songfor many years, I can only sing it,” he said.

 
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