- Raúl de Molina appears in a velvet suit at the ceremony
- Followers affirm that it already looks like a picture because it always looks the same
- Users think that they buy their suits in bazaars
“With the same rags from all the years.” Raúl de Molina appears in a velvet suit at ‘Premios Lo Nuestro’ and followers of the program The fat and the skinny They make fun of him, saying that he already looks like a “stamp” for bringing the same old thing.
This week the Lo Nuestro Awards ceremony was held, a place in which recognition is given to the great exponents of Latin music, either for their albums or singles.
During its magenta carpet, great personalities from the Hispanic world paraded, among them, Chiquis Rivera, Carlos Rivera, Maluma, Yuri, Alejandra Guzmán, Gabriel Soto, Irina Baeva among others.
Of course not only the singers and actors were present, since we could also observe several conductors, including the charismatic Cuban, Raúl de Molina, one of the main headlines of the program The fat and the skinny.
At these awards, the conductor Raúl de Molina surprised the public with a classic style, the suit consisted of black dress pants, moccasins of the same color, accompanied by an elegant brown velvet jacket and a black bow.
Despite the fact that, in the words of Lili Estefan herself Fat de Molina looked beautiful, the driver was not saved from the innumerable ridicule he suffered on social networks, where followers began to attack him for always using the same clothing.
It was through the Instagram post of the program The fat and the skinny, where users could not cope with the criticism made by the Cuban driver for his velvet suit, stating even among followers that if that bag had not been bought in a kind of wholesale bazaar.
You can see the suit that the driver Raúl de Molina wore at Premios Lo Nuestro here.
Quickly various comments began to arrive at the photograph of Raúl de Molina in a velvet suit, where opinions were not so divided on the matter, since most of the followers only affirmed one thing: that the driver he always wore the same clothes.
A follower wrote: “Velvet again, it seems that she bought it at the flea market, she has it in different colors” To which a follower replies that the suit looked like a stuffed animal.
Another user noted the following: “I am still terrified that a person who looks like this is dedicated to criticizing the appearance of others.”
Given this, a girl pointed out that Raúl de Molina was ridiculous: “Completely agreed, ridiculous old man with the same rags every year.”
“Good God, so much so that Raúl de Molina criticizes the people And he wears the same clothes for all the awards, making the program throw what they pay to the ground, because everyone who works there is doing well, they already take Raúl out of everything, it seems that nobody wants him and only him he laughs at his bitter jokes ”commented another Internet user in front of Raúl de Molina’s velvet suit.
Unfortunately for the driver this would be only the beginning of the countless mockery of the followers of his Program The fat and the skinny, where users told Raúl de Molina to change his suit.
More comments began to arrive on Raúl de Molina’s suit for the Lo Nuestro Awards ceremony:
One follower wrote that the driver looked like a penguin: “This old ridiculous foul-mouthed, he looks like a penguin, or he’s more like a seal, he doesn’t take off his costume “
“Velvet for Raúl has never gone out of style hahaha”, “Always so ridiculous”, “The same as always”, “The same jacket hahaha”, “Funeral clothes”, “The same from all years”, “Blood that guy’s heavy ”,“ It’s true, Raúl could change his suit, it’s always the same, I have all the colors ”.
They were one of the many comments that could be read about the suit that Raúl de Molina wore for the Lo Nuestro Awards ceremony on February 18.
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