Romeo Santos denies suffering from heart attack after rumors spread on social media

He American singer The Dominican-born spoke after rumors surfaced in the past few hours that he had been admitted to hospital due to an emergency.

Bachata Singer, Romeo SantosHe denied that he had suffered a heart attack, which spread on social networks and some Mexican media this Sunday.

“You don't have the power and wisdom to hurt me. If you think they're going to refund the tour tickets because of this fake news, it's worse than I thought. If you keep thinking about how to destroy me, you might have a heart attack. God condemn you,” artist X wrote in his post. wrote on the official account. He did not provide further details about such allegations.

Some news websites in Mexico published notes pointing it out Romeo Santos He was hospitalized and his relatives wanted the matter to be kept a secret. However, rumors about his health started on Tik Tok accounts, which spread to other social networks.

The singer is also known as the 'King of Bachata'. Aventura announced last February that he would be touring with the group for the last time It will initially carry around twenty locations in the US and Canada.

The 'Closing Cycles' tour kicks off in Sacramento, California on May 1st, and continues in San Jose (May 2nd), Los Angeles (May 5th) and Ontario (May 8th).

“This historic tour will mark the last time Romeo Santos and Aventura will be on stage together, giving fans a unique opportunity to relive the hits that defined an era in Latin music,” the group's statement said.

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He gave four concerts in Lima

In February last year, Romeo Santos performed four consecutive concerts at the National Stadium, which succeeded in reaching a full house. He performed his greatest hits as a soloist in his musicals.

On his social networks, he shares videos of the best moments of events in our country on his Instagram account. “My own Super Bowl in Peru,” he says, referring to the halftime game event.

The Dominican-born American artist broke four Guinness World Records, including the best-selling tropical solo artist thanks to his first three solo albums.

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