José José's death came immersed in a halo of mystery about his life after his return to Miami last year; Now, the unknown passages of the singer have come to light during his last months of life in that American city. Lino Solano, the bodyguard who was hired by Sarita Sosa to help him get his father out of Mexico, reveals that the Prince of Song did not want to make the trip.
"At four in the afternoon, and this is where it is a great surprise, when everything is ready to start the meeting, José José looks around and says 'I'm not going to Miami,'" Solano told the Mexican Ventaneando television (TV Azteca).
The bodyguard also reported that after signing the power of attorney to Sarita to manage his assets, the interpreter of "El triste" reiterated that he did not want to go to Miami. However, everything changed when the descendant spoke alone with her father and they ended up traveling to Florida.
“At 4:28 in the afternoon, José José signed the power in favor of Sara Sosa and this is when another surprise comes; He gets up from his chair and says 'I have signed, but I'm not going to Miami,'”he added. “He returned to the room with the help of Sara Sosa; Upon entering the room, Sara Sosa closed the door and they were out of sight."
For her part, Marysol Sosa denied that her brother José Joel had threatened to kill her sister Sarita; just as a woman named Barbara Reyes made it known, who claims to have been with José José at the time of his death.
"We cannot judge something that we do not know," Marisol Sosa warned the media. "For this reason, we are asking for answers to all our doubts and we want to know how her death was and the conditions."
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