The Spanish singer Miguel Bosé again faced criticism and ignited the concern of his followers for his way of speaking after appearing as a “coach” in the Mexican program “La voz”.
The singer has become one of the most controversial artists of recent times, either because of his denialist claims about the pandemic or because of rumors about his state of health.
However, the appearance of the singer of “Don diablo” in the Mexican version of “La voz” caused a commotion among social network users who assured that the singer was not understood what he was saying and that his voice was notably deteriorated.
“Miguel Bosé is experiencing what is happening to José José, it is a shame,” wrote Ticha, a Twitter user who compared the Spaniard with the so-called Prince of the song who lost his voice because of his problems with alcohol.
In the reality show broadcast by Azteca, Bosé competes as a “coach” alongside artists such as Edith Márquez, María José, and Jesús Navarro de Reik, to find the next great singer from Mexico.
The program, in addition to promoting new talents, has been characterized by holding live performances of its artists.
Bosé sang the song “Nada particular”, but its staging caused disappointment on the part of the followers of the program, as they assured that the singer was doing “playback”.
“‘Playback’ in a program that has the title ‘La voz’ is disrespecting everyone … better not sing, we understand who it is and why it is there, but if it does not have a voice, do not play ‘” , expressed another user in networks.
Last February, Mexican media had reported that the singer was in a complex state of health and that his thinness did not even allow him to stand up so he was confined at home.
Although the information was not confirmed and the singer has been strong on the Mexican program stage, it is now his voice that has attracted the attention and ignited the concern of many.
In recent years, the singer has had to face the death of his mother, due to coronavirus, that of his niece Bimba Bosé and the separation of his partner, Nacho Palau, as well as a legal battle for his children.
In April he gave a television interview with the Spanish journalist Jordi Évole, which was recorded in Mexico City, which caused controversy for his opinion on the coronavirus.