The Sevillian singer Jose Manuel Soto offered this Friday on Twitter to perform for free in the environment of Sierra Bermeja, in Malaga, which has been affected by a sixth generation forest fire that Infoca’s troops have yet to finish liquidating.
In a reply to the president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juanma Moreno, Soto has shown his solidarity in the face of the disaster: “I offer myself to give free concert in the area when it comes up, you have to lend a hand to recover that wonder of nature! “, he has published.
I offer to give a free concert in the area when it comes up, you have to help out to recover that wonder of nature!
– Jose Manuel Soto (@ JOSEMANUELSOTO1) September 17, 2021
The offer has been received with mixed opinions among Internet users. “It is one thing to lend a hand to recover the area and another to offer to finish destroying it “,” No, please. The animals have suffered enough “or” ANDa have had enough, José Manuel, please! “are some of the responses that have been sent by more critical users, some with joke and bad slobber, but others genuinely arguing that a concert in the area would be counterproductive for the medium.
It is one thing to lend a hand to recover the area and another to offer to finish blowing it up. A little please José Manuel, let’s be serious that the matter is not for jokes.
— Andsancid90 (@andsancid90) September 17, 2021
It is not for disrespect. It is that there are thousands of roe deer, mountain goats and deer that are now scared and the land that they had as their home has been burned. A concert with noise and movement of people is not the best to return to tranquility
– Stripes (@ franxes84) September 18, 2021
They have had enough José Manuel, please !.
– Miguel Jimenez (@ miguelj4) September 17, 2021
However, there have been many users who they have come out in defense of the goodness of the singer’s initiative.
To all of you who are destructively criticizing this man, do some of you offer something? Do you know the economic value that this has? For example, in Seville he filled the maestranza. Doing the math to see how much it can financially affect those affected. As my grandfather used to say,
— Juanjibo (@jacachovaca) September 18, 2021
– bravo (@ bravo23333) September 17, 2021
Thank you for contributing that grain of sand to my people! You are big!
– Amonpi (@Animpri) September 18, 2021
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