Are they being followed?  first he went to Diego Daza's accordion player, now they rob Yader Kvrass getting out of his truck

Are they being followed? first he went to Diego Daza’s accordion player, now they rob Yader Kvrass getting out of his truck

Yader Kvrass, vallenato singer.

The singer was concerned about the insecurity situation that Valledupar is going through.

Colombia News.

“I’m still sweating from the scare I just went through,” this is how the vallenato singer Yader Kvrass began his story after being a victim of insecurity in the city of Valledupar.

The artist, a former member of the Kvrass Group, said that he went to visit his mother and when he arrived at the house and got out of the car, some criminals approached and assaulted him.

Are they being followed? first he went to Diego Daza's accordion player, now they rob Yader Kvrass getting out of his truck
Yader Kvrass, singer who was robbed in Valledupar.

“They took the chain from me in front of the noses of my mother, my children and my whole family,” revealed the Vallenatero.

“What a brave scare I just had… what an ugly thing,” said the artist.

The musician wondered where is the police? and he recommended that they pay more attention to surveillance in the capital of Cesar.

Here is the singer’s story:

This new robbery of a Vallenato artist sets off alarms in the artistic world since a few weeks ago Diego Daza’s accordion player was also the victim of the theft of his gold chain when he was walking down a street in the city of Valledupar.

Carlos Rueda had left a hairdressing salon minutes before being robbed in the presence of his wife and young son.

Do they follow in their footsteps? Is the question that arises before this new theft of a Vallenato folklore artist.

Cover photo: @yaderkvrass

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