The singer Ala Jaza has been criticized by users of social networks because of his negative remarks towards merengue music legend Johnny Ventura, a few hours after his death due to a heart attack.
“Right now, a gossip is being made that Ala Jaza is an indolent of the genre, which genre? if these people have never supported this genre”, he added.
Users assure that the way in which Allah Jaza expressed himself about the death of Johnny Ventura was not the most respectful.
“Now, let me go off the hook with that of Johnny, may God have him in glory, all is well, no problem, but I cannot make my life bitter, I already gave my condolences (to the relatives) … What do I do, do I lock myself in a room? What do you want?”, said the interpreter.
In addition, the artist implied that Johnny Ventura, who died on July 28th of a heart attack at 81 years of age, never supported the merengue music genre.
After shaking the networks, Ala Jaza published a video apologizing, saying that they distorted his words, but that “if I can’t make a potpourri or a tribute to him, it doesn’t come out, I do things from the heart”.
Jaza assures that his words were distorted. “This is the reality of a live. Sorry to get the video distorted by pages that what they practice is yellowing”, he said.
He said goodbye apologizing and greeting Johnny Ventura’s family.