Kiko Rivera He faces one of his biggest challenges as a DJ this Saturday and it is for a good cause. Is about a 24-hour live and solo online session to try to collect up to 10,000 euros which will go to the campaign promoted by Natalia Sánchez and Marc Clotet #YoMeCorono, whose objective is to contribute to the investigation of the vaccine against COVID-19. The musician has spoken in Public mirror about this complicated challenge and also He has revealed that in these days of confinement he has taken the opportunity to train as a representative of soccer players. Will it change discotheques for soccer fields?
“I have taken the opportunity to study a little. I am preparing to be a representative of soccer players,” confessed the son of Isabel Pantoja. Soccer has always been one of his great passions, to the point that when he was a child he came to play in the children’s categories of Real Madrid, despite the fact that his heart is always with Sevilla. In addition, he maintains a great friendship with many footballers such as Baetico Joaquin or the madridista Sergio Ramos, which can open many doors for you to gather good contacts in the football world.
Despite his success as a DJ and singer, Kiko has wanted to open a new professional path taking advantage of the forced break in recent weeks. Although now he has the great challenge of putting himself in front of a marathon session, for which he has had to prepare himself physically and mentally, it is a charitable activity and during the state of alarm all his performances were canceled. In this sense, wanted to clarify the information on your financial situation. Although it is true that in this time, the family has been living on his savings and the income of his wife, Irene Rosales, the musician has insisted: “I am not bankrupt.”
In addition to studying to be a soccer player representative, Kiko Rivera he has dedicated a good part of the quarantine to enjoying his family and, especially, his daughters Ana and Carlotathat they have given him the funniest moments. He has also missed many loved ones whom he could not see during the weeks of confinement, such as his mother, his oldest son Francisco or his grandmother Ana, who this Friday I turned 89 after having overcome the health complications that led her to the hospital last February. “There is no such pure and true affection as that of a grandmother, my Yaya. What a great shame not to be able to be with you like every year, but you are and will always be my perfect example of family and person,” he wrote with a nice collage with photos next to it.
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