These are not easy days for L-Ghent, who this week was arrested in the country of the Banco Provincia for the crime of "illegitimate deprivation of liberty". However, from the Quilmes police station, where he is still housed, to being transferred to a section near General Rodríguez, where his family lives, the singer wrote a letter to bring tranquility to his fans.
Despite the scandal, Elián Ángel Valenzuela, who is the real name of the creator of Cumbia 420, is very active in his networks. And in the last hours, on his Instagram account, where he accumulates more than five million followers, he shared the photo of a sheet written in his own handwriting.
The artist, who also released his new song in which he talks about his personal history and his present, thanked everyone for "the endurance" and assured that he is preparing to give his best.
The letter that the singer dedicated to his fans while he is detained. Instagram.
"Thank you all for the endurance. I'm fine, preparing to do my best when I leave," wrote the Malianteo 420 interpreter.
"I hope you like the last topic! Much more is coming," he concluded.
"I love you, thank you all!" he added in the post that quickly exceeded 200,<> likes and was filled with messages. Although many supported him, others asked him to reflect on his actions in recent times.
This Saturday L-Ghent also uploaded a video in which he is seen posing with his ex, Tamara Báez, and with Jamaica, the daughter they have in common, in his arms. In addition, he musicalized the post with his new musical theme, The happiest day.
L-Ghent shared a video with his ex and the daughter they have in common. Instagram.
"The only thing I can give you right now is the last song I get from the heart!" he wrote in the post.
It should be noted that in his new song Elián tells a little about his current life, exposes his deepest reflections and mentions his family, his daughter, Tamara Báez, his neighbor and even his friend El Noba, who died in 2022 after suffering a motorcycle accident.
"I would like to see you again as the happiest day you have ever lived, much better if that moment is with me. Time runs like water through the river, few are the times I smile," begins the cumbia idol in his latest song.
In his new song, the cumbia idol talks about his personal story. Capture video.
"I always want to, but the street calls me. It's getting farther and farther away that heals me. And if you're not present, it's like I'm still in the past. My soul is on the other side of the wire. I should be happy for everything I've achieved. Desire has me hypnotized," he says later.
In turn, he talks about what he learned from his mother and the legacy he wants to leave his daughter: "One day I would like to get married and have a wife and that no person is traitorous to me. One day Mom taught me very valuable things and I will teach Jamaica the same."
"And I'm eager to tell you what I never dared to tell you. This is my most sincere theme," he acknowledges elsewhere.