This is how they revived the controversy of the ‘gay liver’ in the Vicente Fernández series

MEXICO CITY, MEXICO.- The last king‘, the series of Vicente Fernandez, is still under the spotlight. This time one of the chapters surprised by reviving the controversial moment when the singer rejected a liver transplant because it was from another man.

It was in May 2019 during an interview with Gustavo Adolfo Infante at the Los Tres Potrillos ranch, where the singer confessed that when he got sick he did not accept a transplant because he would not have felt comfortable having a male organ and “less not knowing if he was a homosexual or a drug addict.”

After his statements, the interpreter of ‘Acá entre nos’ was heavily criticized and accused of being “homophobic”, a description that his son called by the same name later denied.

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“I want to make it clear to the public that the entire Fernández family, in my father’s career and in what Alejandro and I managed to do, we make no distinction of any kind, we respect their sexual preferences, we make no difference,” he explained.

This episode was captured in ‘The last king’ and in view of this, Infante, the show host, said for the program ‘First hand’ that “It would have been good if Juan Osorio had put the image of Imagen Televisión or mentioned who did it -the interview-”.

Fernández died on December 12, at the age of 81, due to a fall on his ranch ‘Los Tres Potrillos’, causing mourning throughout the Aztec territory.

‘The last king’ It has 10 chapters and is broadcast on the Las Estrellas channel at 8:30 at night in Honduras.

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$!Vicente Fernández was the target of criticism after his statements.