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Gustavo Adolfo Infante apologizes to Juanpa Zurita after criticism in 2017

Gustavo Adolfo Infante is in the eye of the hurricane after leading an argument with his companions Joanna Vega-Biestro and Ana María Alvarado during the program the sound comes outhesituation that has brought endless criticism for his attitude, some Internet users even ask that he be removed from the spaces he has as a journalist.

Despite the controversy that he is currently experiencing, the host of show programs has not decided to stop his projects with Imagen Televisión and as is customary, this weekend premiered a new episode of The minute that changed my destiny which on this occasion had the influencer Juanpa Zurita as a guest.

Juan Pablo Martínez Zurita-Arellano, better known as Juanpa Zurita, is one of the influencers with the most followers and most recognized in the country. In 2017, after the earthquake that affected Mexico City and its surroundings, Juanpa decided to create ‘Love Army Mexico’, a project that raised funds to build homes for a community that lost everything.

Despite the fact that everything went well at first, as the days went by the project began to be criticized and They even accused the influencer of having stolen the money intended for the community. Gustavo Adolfo Infante was one of the characters who at that time questioned Juanpa’s good will, but everything seems to indicate that now everything is in the past.

At the time, the influencer invited the entertainment journalist to accompany him to the community so that he could realize the work that was being done because 47 houses were built thanks to what was collected in their campaign on social networks.

“I told you that day and I told you later on television: I love that you closed my mouth with that great actionGustavo Adolfo said. Juanpa assured that he did not hold a grudge for the comments made against him.


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