Frida Sofía does not seek to evade her reality or her past, but for the young woman who has just debuted as a singer, what really matters is the here and now. For this reason, he said, he does not judge his father, the businessman Pablo Moctezuma, for not having been by his side during childhood.
“My dad was never actually, if you see the photos, I am with my mom [Alejandra Guzmán] all the time, from top to bottom. But it doesn't really mean that she was also present, present. She had a lot of work and my dad was fine [young]”, tells exclusively to People en Español the artist, who last weekend released her single“Ándale”. "There was never that connection."
What was the reason? Frida Sofía is clear.
"They [my dad and my mom] didn't get along, [it was] another obstacle and various things," he explained. "In the end what matters is that [if] you make your past bigger than your future, there you will stay."
Just to avoid being stagnant is that the young woman tries to leave behind the fierce media fight that she had with her mother, in which both accused each other of having thrashed and disrespected, among many other things.
“[If I think about it] I block myself from the future and cannot look forward. The present day is what I am, that [my dad] is there, what a cool vibe, the whole world means to me,”he added.
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