Benefit concert organized for Chyno Miranda
The family of Venezuelan singer Chyno Miranda say they are very grateful for the benefit concert organized by a group of friends of the artist, but that the family is not involved in the organization of the event. The statement was released after Nacho, the other half of duo Chyno y Nacho, announced that they were hosting a music marathon to benefit Chyno on June 8 at Miami’s La Scala.
Slated to appear are Bumamante Nelson, Jerry Di, Victor Drija, Jerry the Real Thing, Marko, Roger L. Chacin, Maffio, Mermelada Bunch, and Nacho himself.
Miranda is in Venezuela recovering from peripheral neuropathy that has virtually immobilized him. He developed the problem after contracting the coronavirus in 2020.
Just a few weeks ago, the singer made headlines again when his rep Julio Durnache clarified the singer’s health condition to head off further speculation.
“Chyno is good. The press has said things that are not true and I only ask for respect. The family is focused on his recovery. When (the family) have more details, they will share information about his condition,” Durnache told Dominican newspaper Diario Libre, after snuffing out rumors that the singer was hospitalized and seriously ill. “He is fine. I can’t give many details as I am not his spokesperson, but I can say he is very well at home with his family,” he added.
A message appeared on Chyno’s Instagram account, presumably written by his ex-wife, model, businesswoman and mother of his son Lucca, Natasha Araos, which describes that during the first months of 2020 he started felt a brief but intense discomfort in his hands and legs which caused a great deal of pain, cramping, tenderness and numbness. He was initially forced to drastically abandon his workout routines and daily activities to the point where he could no longer walk.
As for the concert, called Todos Somos Chyno, the family claimed that they were not involved in the production of the show.
“The family and team of Chyno Miranda are very grateful for the initiative that a group of friends have taken for a concert to benefit the health of Jesus (Chyno) Miranda. We are not the organizers of this concert. but we want to make it clear that they have our support and with the best intentions for the kindness of the initiative,” the family said on social media. “Chyno’s recovery has progressed every day and we are confident that this great gesture will allow Chyno to continue his recovery and recover. We greatly appreciate everyone involved and those sending their best wishes.”