Yeison Jiménez’s drastic decision after criticism for a controversial interview

Yeison Jiménez’s drastic decision after criticism for a controversial interview
Yeison Jiménez’s drastic decision after criticism for a controversial interview

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The singer Yeison Jiménez had to apologize for his words, however, he also opted for another measure to mitigate the insults.

Yeison Jiménez is in European territory to fulfill a series of commitments. Since last weekend the artist has been promoting his music, however, in Colombia his name became a trend due to some statements he gave to LOS40 Colombia. The artist’s words when answering a question about whether he feared for his life went viral on networks like X where they found them offensive and even threatening, to the point of comparing him to gangsters like Pablo Escobar.

Specifically, Jiménez assured that whoever dared to harm him was practically dead. This is because in Colombia everyone loved him, both good and bad people.

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“In this country I am one of the people who love the most and there are people who have a lot of power, who know that if they touch me they will go to death simply because of the feeling they have towards the artist (…) They know that messing with Yeison Jiménez is a shame. “It’s putting a tombstone on your neck.”the singer told LOS40 Colombia.

These words unleashed a wave of criticism, memes and reproaches towards the singer, who a few days later had to come out to apologize for his words. The singer said that one of the things that characterizes him is that he knows how to recognize his mistakes and that anything he said could be used against him.

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“I feel like I should dedicate myself to what I know how to do. I fell into the game of ego and thoughts out loud. “I apologize, I was not the person I used to be and I definitely do not want you to have a different image than what I am,” added the singer.

Although Yeison Jiménez apologized and bowed his head, the comments reproaching his words continued on his social media accounts, so he decided to block the comments and thus prevent offended people from continuing to attack him for his mistake.

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