On Saturday February 7th, recording artist and Mexican superstar Luis Miguel did not show up for his concert at Coliseo Yucatan, leaving more than 8 thousand people waiting for his performance.
The Mexican singer declared two days later on his official Twitter account that the airplane that was supposed to take him to the place of the event suffered technical problems.
He said on this social network that he “could not be transferred on time to the place of the event in Mérida Yucatán because of technical problems with the airplane.”
However, the artist added that he is willing to reschedule the event, in order to reconcilate with his audience in Merida.
On Saturday, when Luis Miguel did not show up, Jorge Rejón Boyancé, logistics director of the arena, announced that he “locked himself up in his room to get drunk and drugged up.”
So far, a complaint against Luis Miguel and the event organizer has been filed and three people have been arrested.
Stay tuned to the Yucatan Times to find out about the reschedule date for Luis Miguel concert.
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