Jairo Martínez, former jury of Yo Me Llamo, declared bankruptcy after falling into a virtual scam

Jairo Martínez, former jury of Yo Me Llamo, declared bankruptcy after falling into a virtual scam
Jairo Martínez, former jury of Yo Me Llamo, declared bankruptcy after falling into a virtual scam

Jairo Martínez is a renowned Colombian presenter and journalist who in 2011, together with Amparo Grisales and Luz Amparo Álvarez, paved the way for the imitation contest Yo Me Llamo, on Caracol Televisión. Currently, the famous is facing a tough economic situation, after having few job opportunities and falling into a scam.

In a recent interview with the entertainment program I know everything, Martínez gave an update on what his life has been like in recent years. To the surprise of many who remember him as a judge of the great imitation contest, the presenter revealed that he is experiencing one of the most difficult moments of his life.

“I am bankrupt and I am seized,” said Jairo Martínez in front of the cameras. The entertainment journalist proceeded to explain that he recently fell into a scam for investing in a cryptocurrency, but that even before that his financial situation was bad.

Martínez revealed that “They took 600 million pesos from me in Medellín with a cryptocurrency” and added that this tragedy added to a difficult work situation that he had faced since the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jairo Martínez, after having great success as a presenter and journalist in Colombia, decided to make his way to the United States, where he rubbed shoulders with artists like Shakira and Sofía Vergara in the midst of his work. He assured in the program that when he decided to settle back in Colombia, he found that there were no longer job offers for him.

“I haven’t been able to get hooked again”Martínez detailed, recalling that in recent years he has been a presenter on some national channels and presenting events, but nothing further. He even pointed out that recently on a channel They cut his salary in half.

“I have gone through the last few years, through economic situations that I had never experienced in my life. I never thought that coming from living the life I had in the United States, to Making the decision to retire here in Colombia would cost me what it is costing me now.“, declared Jairo Martínez with a broken voice.

To all this, Jairo Martínez adds that he is one of the inhabitants of the Colombian Caribbean affected by the high costs of energy service. He pointed out that in 2020 he was paying 350 thousand pesos for the receipt and that the most recent one came for a value of more than one million pesos.

 
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