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María Celeste Arrarás was the second person to interview Sarita Sosa, the youngest daughter of José José, after the singer's death last Saturday and the tensions within the family of the deceased were evident. The interview caused a stir and some journalists accused Arrarás of taking sides in Sara's favor. What does the journalist think about this?
What is your position regarding everything that happened with José José?
That when there are two versions of the same story and one does not know who to believe, there is to be guided by logic. When Telemundo has managed to obtain the rights to the World Cup, it is well known that those rights have been paid and there is nothing wrong with that. If he had paid for the interview with José José's youngest daughter, we would have said so, but that was not the case, because I work for the chain's news division and we have a code of journalistic ethics that prevents us from paying for interviews. Is prohibited. It is to protect the integrity of what the interviewee says. If you pay a person for an interview, that person may exaggerate or make up information so that you feel it was worth paying. That is why we do not pay. Most importantly, I was the second person to interview Sarita Sosa.If it had been the case that we were going to pay, who pays for an exclusive that is not exclusive?
What would you say to your detractors and those who think that you have taken sides?
We journalists have to interview from dictators to the Pope and we do not choose who makes the news. When a celebrity dies, all journalists seek immediate reaction from those close to them, and in this case, their youngest daughter was the one who could give answers about how he died and under what circumstances. I had to interview her a few hours after her father's death and of course I was not going to put her against a wall. One is a journalist and also a human being.
Now that the brothers have reached an agreement, how do you see the situation?
In the same way that we looked for that interview, at the same time, we tried to get one with the older brothers from the first day. It did not happen immediately because the poor were desperately walking the streets of Miami in search of the remains of their father and had no head to sit in a television studio. But I thank you that as soon as you had the opportunity, you also gave me an interview.
Do you think that with the death of José José, his children will truly meet again and leave the past behind after all the dimes and diretes?
I'm glad the brothers came to an agreement. I don't think anybody wanted a fight, but there was a lot of mistrust on the part of the party. And since José Joel and Marysol had resentment, of course, for not having had access to the father in their last months of life, that made communication difficult. And then Sarita's silences and lack of detail didn't help. I think they can leave the past behind, if they don't stop communicating, because when there is silence, mistrust arises again.
After a long media confrontation between the singer's children, it is finally known where his body is. The remains of the Mexican interpreter are found in the Caballero Rivero funeral home in the city of Miami.
The details of the burial were revealed on the funeral home's website, however the notice was withdrawn within a few hours since it would not be open to the public. According to El gordo y la flaca (Univision), the present body funeral service would take place on Friday at 1 pm local time.
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