The singer spoke in the TV show ‘”Wake up America# of Univision about him documentary film of the history of Menudo that will be released this coming June 23 in hbo maxand let certain things be known about his experiences in the Puerto Rican band.
The abuse in the Menudo group that Lozada witnessed
As reported by the website The NY JournalJohnny Lozada was honest before the cameras of “Wake up America” and with his heart in his hand he told his former colleagues from Menudo: “Excuse me, because what you lived through is not what I lived through”, that direct and with The former Menudo spoke a lot of feeling.
The actorwho will be in the program for a few days replacing Raul Gonzalezwho is of holidaysand, next to Marie Antoinette Collins talked about the documentary about the history of the youth gang to which he belonged and its premiere by streaming this June 23.
His same partner asked him what he had felt when he saw himself as a child on the big screen, to which he replied: “Honestly it was something wonderful, I had the opportunity to remove many very important moments, also to realize that history for everyone is not it was the same,” said Lozada.
And it is that according to Johnny, in the documentary you can also see the dark side of Menudo’s history, where many young people experienced abuse of different kinds.
“I was also able to feel the suffering of many boys who suffered, who felt many things such as abuse, bullying, mistreatment, that they were not given food, working excessively, they were not receiving the correct remuneration, I did not experience those kinds of things” , he mentioned when describing the series of abuses that his former colleagues from Menudo suffered.
Trying to make it clear that they were different realities, Johnny Lozada wanted to apologize to his colleagues. “At one point I even apologized, brothers, since these people do not have the ability to apologize to you, I do: excuse me because what you lived through is not what I lived through,” he continued in the magazine from Univision.
“People should see it so that they realize that one of the children does not leave them alone,” he concluded by leaving his case as an example, because, according to Lozada, his mother was always present and caring for him while he belonged to the Menudo group. (AND)
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“Excuse me, because what you lived through is not what I lived through”: Former Menudo Johnny Lozada talks about the abuse in the band and says that the difference was that his mother took care of him | People | Entertainment