His followers encouraged the singer and asked him in the comments to visit places in Latin America
We all think that the Guatemalan singer Ricardo Arjuna It is known all over the world, but we were wrong. Apparently in New YorkThe United States is not so after the artist sang live in a subway station and was ignored by passers-by.
On his social media accounts, the singer-songwriter recounted his sad experience through a black and white video clip from his presentation, writing, “I’m lying by saying I was singing well on the New York subway.”
The only person he recognized for a moment was a Mexican woman but in the end he thought he was just a copycat.
“The best thing that ever happened to me was a Mexican lady who told me I was an arjuna imitator but I was too tall and the real arjuna was too short,” he said.
Minutes after its publication, more than four million followers encouraged the singer and asked him in the comments to visit places in Latin America, because he has more fans than they would have recognized when they heard him sing.
“But what a joy for those who passed … Because they do not come to sing in the Argentine subway, we are a loyal audience and take advantage of people’s corners,” wrote one netizen. Another added, “No! But why don’t you get so lucky to see you on the street! I’ll cry out of emotion.” Another user said, “I’d like to know you among a million Arjunas.”
I’d be lying to say I sang really well on the New York subway. The best thing that ever happened to me was a Mexican lady who told me that I was an Arjuna impersonator but that I was tall, and that the real Arjuna was too short. #nigger Back on the street again. pic.twitter.com/LNqHssoefS
– Ricardo Arjona ® (@Ricardo_Arjona) August 26, 2021
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