After the alarming message he published last Friday, Alejandro Sanz expressed himself again on Twitter tonight, Monday. The Spanish musician had greatly distressed his fans by stating: "I'm sad and tired. And sometimes, I don't even want to be. Literally." Now, in that same social network, he says: "I had a strong outbreak this weekend."
The employment situation of Alejandro Sanz is as follows: after having performed in several South American countries, including Argentina, on June 3 the Spanish section of "Sanz en vivo" should begin in Pamplona. These concerts will run until August, the month in which he will return to the American continent to complete the next stage of the tour.
The message of the Spanish musician last Friday made his followers doubt a lot about his chances of fulfilling the demanding plan of the international tour. The doubt was more than understandable given that Sanz's words were dramatic: "I'm not well, I'm sad and tired. And sometimes, I don't even want to be. Literally."
Alejandro Sanz, in his show at the Movistar Arena. Photo Martín Bonetto.
"I don't know if this helps, but I want to say it. In case anyone else thinks you have to always be a sea breeze or a firework on a summer night," Sanz wrote then.
He added: "I'm working to get it away. I'll get to the stage and something inside will tell me what to do."
With all crudeness and without trying to disguise his feelings, in the tweet that generated so much alarm, he said: "But sometimes I don't even want to be. Literally. Just to be honest. For not entering the useless noise." "I know there are people who feel that way. If it serves you, I feel the same," the 54-year-old musician closed that tweet.
For the tranquility of those who cared so much about him, today, Monday, Alejandro Sanz confirmed his intention to return to the stage: "I do not want to suspend the tour," he said, after explaining the difficult situation he had to go through yesterday and the day before yesterday.
Alejandro Sanz: "Locking myself up is not a good idea"
In his new message to the public, posted on Twitter, Alejandro Sanz begins with a token of gratitude. "These days I have received a lot of love in different ways and I appreciate them all very much," he writes.
Total sincerity, tell below what your current status is. He puts it this way: "I had a strong outbreak this weekend and although the light has not yet arrived, it seems that a firefly has awakened in my chest."
Then, Alejandro Sanz makes express reference to the issue of his work commitments. "I don't want to suspend the tour, because I think with the right help and a little understanding and support at the shows, we're going to pull it off," he says.
"Also, I think locking myself up is not a good idea," he reflects. Next, Alejandro Sanz closes his tweet with more words of thanks and with the announcement of his willingness to take one step at a time to recover.
Alejandro Sanz: "I don't want to suspend the tour." Photo Martín Bonetto.
"Thank you for the warmth," says the musician from Madrid. And he says: "Let's go for tomorrow. The sun is on its way." His followers took nothing to respond with heartfelt messages of encouragement and good wishes for his speedy recovery.