MEXICO CITY.- Vicente Fernandez’s video goes viral in the last hours during a concert that asks if Wolverine will be shot with the Wolverine song when he dies.
The Mexican singer, who has been hospitalized for nearly a month, said that when he shared the stage with his son Alejandro Fernandez, everyone would hear that melody as he boarded another earthly plane.
“El Charro de Huentitán” is in intensive care after an emergency operation following a severe fall on his farm.
A few days ago, his son Alejandro Fernandez gave a concert in Mexico City for which he received some criticism, to which he responded that this work was one of the greatest teachings his father had ever taught him.
“Duties are commitments and you have to move forward,” said the translator of songs like “Caballero”, “Without much pain” or “Like losing a star”.
From that concert at the Four Seasons Hotel on CDMX, a popular video was rebroadcast in which Alejandro Fernandez and Vicente Fernandez sang the duet song “Wolver, Wolver”.
Fernandes interrupts the performance of the song to express his desire, and when he dies and they bury him, they call Fernando Z.
“This song is so special to me. On the day they bury me, I think everyone will sing it on TV or wherever they are,” the famous singer said.
The video already has over a million views on the YouTube site.
Vicente Fernández worked in intensive care for 28 days this Friday. Because he had difficulty swallowing on his own, the medical team who cared for him placed a feeding tube.