Lali Espósito performed at Cosquín Rock 2024 and shone on the Montaña stage with her show. The most shocking moment of the night was when the artist changed the lyrics of Who They Are, a hit that features Moria Casán, to respond to the accusations of President Javier Milei, who maintained that she received a fortune from the government of La Rioja.
In one part of the song, the actress said: “If I smoke, if I live, if I say, if I drink, if I live off the State.”
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It is worth noting that before the show there were chants against the head of state, who criticized Espósito on several occasions. “He who doesn't jump voted for Milei” and “Milei, trash, you are the dictatorship,” were the ones that attracted the most attention.
Lali Espósito at Cosquín Rock (Photo: Star+ capture)
Lali's harsh response to Milei because he accused her of collecting a million-dollar sum from the Government of La Rioja
After starring in a new confrontation with President Javier Milei via Twitter, the singer Lali Espósito decided to face some rumors that arose in recent days.
One of the issues she faced was the version that the official Libertad Avanza account replicated, where they shared a publication in which it was stated that the artist had agreed to charge more than 37 million pesos to sing at the National Festival of La Chaya. in La Rioja.
Asked about this topic by a LAM (America) reporter, the actress responded without filters. “In my case they messed with the hiring of municipal shows, creating a bit of this image of the artist leaving with bags dripping with the town's money, an absolute delirium,” she began.
(Photo: Instagram / lali, capture America)
Then, he continued with his arguments and assured that his income does not come solely from his participation in these presentations: “I don't need it. Luckily I do commercials, I shoot movies, I'm also a series producer, I do a lot of things. I don’t need to throw my CV at anyone.”
In addition, she explained that she is not the only artist who makes presentations for municipalities, although she understands that they use her name politically. “All the artists I know have done shows for municipalities. Everyone does it and the truth is that sometimes it feels a little incredible to have to explain,” she indicated.
“If they do not want to do more, it is the decision of the government in power and they will continue forward. What should not be allowed, is what I believe, is not only lying, but also bastardizing the culture,” Lali expressed. Furthermore, she spoke in favor of INCAA: “It does not work as they want us to believe. “Sometimes you have to go a little deeper to be able to give your opinion”