Oscar Eddie Hidalgo Lamabetter known as the ‘Crazy grouper’, gained great popularity in the local show after his controversial romances with Naamin Timoyco and Susy Diaz. With a very fun and outgoing personality, the “cevichero” used to be in the midst of scandals, and he continually appeared on various television programs, due to the multiple breakups he had with Florcita Polo’s mother in their nine-year relationship. These were caused by Hidalgo’s many infidelities, which marked the end of his love relationship with the former vedette. However, he is also a prosperous businessman who had very humble beginnings and who has managed to carry out his gastronomic business from his native Tumbes until he moved to Lima at just 22 years old, accompanied by Mercedes, his wife. back then.
Where does the nickname ‘Crazy Grouper’ come from?
During an interview in “The Sniper” in July 2008, Eddie Hidalgo revealed the origin of his popular nickname: ‘mere crazy’. The owner of a restaurant in La Molina mentioned to Jaime Bayley that his nickname came from his physical features and his business.
“They call me ‘Crazy grouper’ because I have the eyes of a grouper… Grouper is a fish from the north and since I’m crazy, they called me ‘Crazy grouper’… You already know that being with Susy, I’m crazy”, joked the ‘cevichero’.
Despite what one might believe, this nickname dates back a long time. Hidalgo explained that his friends in Tumbes used to call him “Mero loco” and that the nickname became so popular among those close to him that he decided to call his first restaurant in the north that way. Currently, his store in La Molina also bears that name.
‘Mero’ Loco and Giancarlo Scarpati kiss and send a message to Susy Díaz: “I don’t love you anymore”
Giancarlo Scarpati and Eddie Hidalgo, better known as “Mero” Loco, kissed each other and published it in a Tiktok video. In said recording, the controversial character says “With the crazy, cute and beautiful Merit. I’ve come to see you, so hold on Susy Díaz” and then the businessman comments “Susy Díaz, I don’t love you, I love Giancarlo”.
At another moment, the ‘Mero’ launches a singular expression: “Giancarlo, those lips remind me of someone” and Scarpati responds “Who deserves it?”. As you remember, Susy Díaz and “Mero” Loco had a controversial romance that lasted approximately 14 years. Video: tiktok
Did the ‘Mero Loco’ do witchcraft to Susy Díaz?
Susy Díaz was invited to the extinct program “The value of truth” in 2020 and shook the show business with her revelations. Beto Ortiz asked her if she had ever been witchcraft, and Flor Polo’s mother surprised her with her answer.
According to Susy Díaz, “Mero Loco” was responsible for a time that went wrong at work and in love. “I had no health, no money, no love (…) he (Jorge Abanto) told me,” they have made you witchcraft so that you do not return to the channels and so that you are alone, “he revealed.