The Chilean soccer player Gary Medel, furious because they did not let him enter the Karol G concert

The Chilean soccer player Gary Medel, furious because they did not let him enter the Karol G concert

Gary Medel and Karol G.

The Chilean national team player was not allowed to enter the stadium where ‘La Bichota’ would perform.

International News.

Gary Medel, a midfielder for the southern team, was not allowed to enter a concert by Colombian singer Karol G, held on the night of Thursday, May 26, in the city of Santiago de Chile.

The soccer player could not go to the stands despite having bought his tickets and all on account of the vaccination scheme. Medel applied the third dose of the vaccine on the same day of the event, but the activation in the system is activated 24 hours later, for which the health authorities prevented him from advancing.

See: “You chose very well … check your DM”, Karol G’s message to a fan who said that he chose to pay the semester but then he would go to a La Bichota concert

Through an Instagram Live, the Bologna player from Italy demanded that the health authority let him in and claimed that he had the three doses of the vaccine.

One of the people in charge of guarding the entrance and that the athlete also pointed out not to let him enter the Movistar Arena, said: “We are receiving threats from Gary Medel.”

The soccer player replied: “Threats?… Did they listen or not? Threats say, this mustache, look, look at these assholes, look, tell him something, see their names so they can see that they have the shit… these cu…”, he said furious the midfielder of La Roja.

Given the refusal of the health authorities, Medel had to leave the site and was left with the desire to see Karol G in concert.

Cover photo: @garymedel

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