Daniel Lazo assures that he evicted the property for which he owes S/30,000: The apartment had flaws


Sometime, Daniel Lazo He was emerging as one of the musical talents in Peru with the greatest prospect. Years have passed and the singer has become a person widely criticized for an outrageous case of debts. The artist owes more than 30,000 soles in rents to Rocío Chávez, owner of the apartment where she lives. Surprisingly, when the owner tried to enter her property, Lazo flatly refused. Now, the interpreter of “If it is not with you” assures that he has already left the property.

YOU CAN SEE: Daniel Lazo tried to leave the apartment for which he owes rent, but was discovered by the owner

Daniel Lazo: “Legally, you cannot go up”

While the Willax TV crew was in the department building, Daniel Lazo He threatened that if they stayed there, things would get worse for the owner and her daughter. When Rocío Chávez wanted to enter to see how her property was, that she left it furnished, the singer did not allow it.

“It’s still my apartment,” he said. “You know that, legally, you cannot go up,” he told Chávez. In addition, he assured that “health damage” has been caused. The artist expressed that he does not plan to leave the place where he lives. “They can’t hold me. I am not going to move from the apartment yet, I am moving clothes, ”he spoke.

Daniel Lazo pronounces himself on the case and affirms that he has already left the department

Through their social networks, Daniel Lazo He spoke about the case for which he is so criticized on social networks. In a video posted on Facebook, the singer complained about various problems with the department. “The apartment had faults, for example, the hot spring exploded, I have images of this. I met the expense,” he said.

In the comments of the clip, the artist mentioned that he is no longer in the property of Rocio Chavez. “I’m no longer in the apartment, it will be delivered once proper maintenance is done this week,” she wrote.

Daniel Lazo’s message. Photo: Daniel Lazo/Facebook

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