His job, like that of any journalist, is to go after the news and the news. And so he did. Amid all the controversy surrounding the death of José José, María Celeste had the opportunity to interview Sarita Sosa, the daughter of the late singer in its program the Rojo Vivo, a fact for which he was judged by some of his colleagues by profession and by social networks.
Everything happened in the Ventaneando program presented by Paty Chapoy. In this space they questioned the professionalism of the journalist for supposedly positioning herself on one side in this family war. Feeling judged, the Puerto Rican defended herself against the accusations with force and with her truth.
"I am not taking sides in favor of Sarita, not only did we not pay her, but she did not ask for money either, contrary to what has been said," he clarified before all that has been told about this talk that has caused him a barrage. negative comments.
The space hinted not only that Sarita could have been paid, but that there was a pact to do that interview for a long time. Very upset Arrarás defended himself and put things on the table. "How could I have a pact if nobody knew that José José was going to die? At least I did not know, "he said forcefully.
The beautiful relationship that the driver has always had with the artist and his family is well known, but from there to have favor deals, nothing to do. The Mexican program criticized him for having been so smooth with Sarita and hinted that the questions were chosen by the protagonist, something that María Celeste did not consent to at all.
“I am not going to allow any of you to imply that I am the type of journalist who engages with interviewees before going on the air. This does not happen in my program or with me,”she said indignantly.
Since the writing of Al Rojo Vivo, the case of José José has continued to be reported, and his other two sons, José Joel and Marysol, have also been interviewed, giving the two versions of the events. But undoubtedly the best news of all came a few hours ago with the reconciliation of the brothers that puts, at least for now, the end of this war, to be able to say good-bye to the Prince of Song.
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