While L-Gante is still detained for "illegitimate deprivation of liberty with the use of a weapon," the musician's mother spoke to the media and assured that her son was raided by the police "as if he were the worst narco in the Argentine Republic."
Claudia had a brief contact with the press at the door of the General Rodríguez prosecutor's office, where she expects the singer to be questioned this Thursday. The woman said it is "an aberration" that the family member is not allowed to be present at the scene. "We don't ask to be inside the office, we just ask to be in front of the building and they won't let us," she said, adding that her son "is fine."
On the operation that ended with the arrest of cumbia singer 420, Claudia said that "they broke the doors of the house" and questioned the magnitude of the raid. "They found nothing, they spent a lot of hours, a lot of police, with weapons, as if it were the house of the worst narco in the Argentine Republic," he said.
"Do you know what they kidnapped? Two toy guns that are from Jamaica (the musician's daughter), a golden revolver and a longer one that the boys play with," he added.
Claudia, L-Ghent's mother, spoke and questioned the police operation with which he was arrested and the complainant.
Claudia said that they brought notes and letters to her son who, despite being incommunicado, responded and let them know that "emotionally he is fine."
As for the complainant, he said that he is the father of friends of the musician ("not of the friends of now, but of before") and questioned: "It is a shame that a person to whom you gave food more than once with one hand, with another hand is calving a dagger. "
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