Gente de Zona manager explains why Alexander Delgado underwent surgery

The manager of the group People of the Zone, Guillermo Morejón, shared with CiberCuba details of the surgery Alexander Delgado underwent in Miami and from which he is recovering successfully.

Morejón said that the singer had begun to have a sore throat and difficulty breathing and believed that it was a coronavirus, but after conducting some studies they discovered that the artist had “a giant polyp” in his vocal cords, which was obstructing his oxygen inlet.

The polyp, which is fortunately benign, was also the reason why the singer had become so hoarse in recent years.

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Alexander was immediately operated on in a Miami hospital, where the polyp was removed and now he will have to rest his voice for a few days, to fully recover before returning to the load with music.

“They took it from him completely [el pólipo] Y now it’s new out of the box. It’s like at the beginning, like when I sang I dreamed Y The bell, with the same little voice. So now he poured 40 more liters of gasoline, “Morejón told CiberCuba.

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Alexander Delgado released the news of his surgery on Tuesday morning. Although he did not offer further details, he assured that there was “zero miles” left and told his followers “prepare for what is coming!”

The singer also thanked the entire medical team that treated him and the fans who have been aware of his health and recovery.

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