Christian Chavez claims his former manager stole his YouTube channel

Mexico City Correspondent

After it emerged that Guillermo Rosas, who served as RBD's manager when they reunited, was fired by the group and investigated over tour financial irregularities, now Christian Chavez has personally rebuked him, accusing him of stealing. YouTube channel.

“Dear everyone, as you may have noticed, my YouTube channel has been completely deleted, including the song “Libertad”, which I paid to make this video years ago. “I don't understand why this happened, the only person who entered my channel was my former manager, Mr. Rosas,” the singer and actor said via his Instagram account.

The YouTube channel owned by Christian Chavez now appears under the name Guillermo.

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