Reggaeton Arcángel refuses to claim God for the death of his brother

‘I am nothing or nobody to demand of you, much less claim anything from you Father, I was taught that your will, whatever happens, must be respected and accepted! (sic) ‘, said Austin Santos, Arcángel’s first name, in a story on his Instagram account.

The artist continued the message saying: ‘And although it hurts at an inexplicable level, if so, your will, I repeat that I accept it, Dad. Now I do believe that I am in a position to ask you for strength and understanding to be able to guide us …! ” Arcángel added in said social network.

Justin Santos, 21, died at dawn this Sunday when while driving a Can-Am, a woman, identified as María E. Nevárez Torres, 46, was allegedly traveling drunk across the Teodoro Moscoso bridge in the opposite direction from San Juan to Carolina and collided with the artist’s brother.

Due to the impact, Justin, who was visiting Puerto Rico as he resided in Florida (USA), was expelled from Can-Am and died from the blows he received.

Another young man who was a passenger was also thrown out of the Can-Am and injured.

In addition, after the Can-Am received the impact, it collided with another vehicle.

The accident occurred at 02.35 (06.35 GMT) -local time- and was recorded by the security cameras of the bridge.

The driver was injured and was taken to a hospital.

Blood samples will be taken from this woman to corroborate or rule out that she was driving drunk, according to the police.

For his part, the reggaeton executive producer, Alex Gargolas, lamented the death of Justin, for which he sent his condolences to his artist brother and his mother, Carmen Santos.

“There is no consolation for that, only the acceptance that God shelters them,” said the businessman.

He added that Justin was “a young man beginning to live,” while he reflected that “sometimes they say that a young man can endure the death of a mother, but a mother can never bear to see a child die.”

“There is no consolation, there are no words, it is only an armor that God provides to cover himself with strength and pass this torment,” he said.