Miguel Bosé reveals the darkest secret of his life in a surprising interview
After a difficult period of tragedy and controversy, Miguel Bosé “recovered his voice” and accepted a “sincere” interview with his friend and journalist Jordi Évole.
The singer, who just turned 65 on April 3, made an appearance again in the controversy. He shouted his opposition position on the roof in the face of the pandemic and carried strong political accusations, which only contributed to the bonfire. In his voice, his voice was also consumed and exhausted. He maintained his judgment in front of his former partner Nacho Palau to solve the problems of the four children they gave birth to during the 26 years of being together. dispute.
In the first part of the conversation with Évole (La Sexta’s name is “Lo deÉvole”), he currently lives in Mexico City, and compared to his artists, Miguel has more than Bosé. He showed the most vulnerable and most unknown side of his personal life, and admitted: “I have passed the crazy years and discovered the dark side that all of us have: drugs, wildness, substances…”. He himself explained that it started one night in 1988 or 1989 due to heartbreak: “I called some friends at dawn and said to them:’I want to go to a party.’ That night, I drank the first glass of wine, and then put the first rays, lasted a week, very cheap.
Until 1991, he was “ransacked” by night and drugs. The singer said: “I think this is a necessary part associated with creativity.” He said: “But when drugs become habitual consumption, they no longer become allies but enemies.” Although one day he Say “it’s over!”, but he can still say goodbye in the evening, “clubs and outings”, but his addiction is not so much. He explained: “It takes more time to cut off that undeniable pleasure.” “This has become a daily reliance. It has begun to lose its grace and cause serious problems. I consume nearly two grams a day, plus the smoking pot. , Ecstasy… I stopped on the same day seven years ago.
Miguel’s voice has deteriorated significantly and he tried to speak fluently, explaining why he completely lost his speech. “My voice comes and goes. Its root lies in emotion. When my family, the moment I believe in, I start to lose it. Well, this is not the so-called family, it is a coexistence agreement, two A related person has and decides to continue to maintain a good atmosphere. The children on both sides can continue to grow as they did from day one, brothers.”
The professional plan continued, but the tour group stopped. Miguel Bosé took part in the coaching work of La Voz (Mexico) in the country where he lives, especially in a “beautiful, quiet place surrounded by small towns” in the south of Mexico City. . He sang live on the show, but he admitted that he had to warm up a lot and could only sing one song: “By the end of next year, I’m ready.”
Bid farewell to his mother one last time
“My mother lives a dreamy, fulfilling, and unique life. She has a husband that she has always loved until the last day of her life. She has three children whom she is proud of and some of her grandchildren. I said on the phone. Goodbye, but I never thought I would miss it, but they have cancelled the ridiculous WHO procedures,” he explained.
“I don’t talk to people wearing masks”
As we all know, in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic, Bosé is a denier, so much so that before talking to Évole, the singer asked the reporter to take off his mask.
Following the rhythm of the song “Amante bandido”, the Spanish artist made a shocking statement, for example, so far, no PCR test has been performed and no disinfectant gel has been used.
After his mother Lucía Bosé died of the coronavirus, the singer began to support the pandemic conspiracy theory and described the virus as a “government lie.”
Due to the rejection of the coronavirus, the image of Miguel Bosé has been corrupted.
His album “Amo” is his last album released since 2014, and he performed his last tour between 2017 and 2018 to promote his compilation album “Unplugged”.
Here comes the second part
Most of his epidemiological and political opinions have been saved in the second part of the interview, which will be published on the Spanish channel La Sexta next Sunday.