As he begins his official retirement from the music scene, Daddy Yankee dedicated some moving words to his wife Meredith Gonzalez for her support of his 32-year career.
“I want to remind you who is the true inspiration of my career,” the reggaeton player wrote in a video uploaded to his official Instagram account, in which the translator of “Dura” thanked the entrepreneur for his company.
“For you, my faithful companion. Thank you for your love and understanding for covering all my faults. Thank you for being my best friend in my falls. I would not have risen without your encouragement. Thank you for faithfully waiting for me when I needed to find bread for all of us. My best in all the steps we took together. Thank you for being an ally,” said the urban genre lecturer.
The words of Ramon Luis Ayala Rodríguez, the first name of “El Big Boss”, occurred at the FTX Arena in Miami, Florida, a few days after he finished his concert tour “La Ultima Vulta” in Latin America, Canada and the United States. It had an extensive run with a total of 85 sold out shows.
“Thank you for your patience and forbearance; Unbeknownst to me, when my character wanted to impose itself. Thank you for giving me the happiest moments of my life. From adolescence until I became a man. Thanks to that neighborhood that brought us together from poverty, because in that particular place I found my true wealth. Thank you, because every time you help me, every day that passes, I learn to respect you more. I thank God for putting my partner on my path, my destiny would not have been complete without her,” he said.
“I’ve read so many times that you should meet me on the road, and people don’t know that I’m the lucky one who found the diamond in the farmhouse. You’re the most beautiful song of my life, I want you to be mine forever,” he concluded.