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Lupillo Rivera decided to come out and publicly address the unfortunate happenings that took place earlier this month in Petlalcingo, Puebla, when the singer and his entourage were ambushed by a group of armed men after a concert presentation and threatened to take “El Coro Del Corrido” hostage.

“Because there is doubt on whether or not I will perform on the dates previously announces, and here I am confirming that yes, I’m going to make it,” Rivera told Telemundo’s “Suelta La Sopa.” “I will be there for all those dates.”

The brother of late singer Jenni Rivera continued by stating that his fans are not to blame for what he is going through, and he will do whatever he has to do to make them happy.

“People don’t care if you are doing well, or if you are sick, or not,” she said. “They paid for their tickets, and as an artist you need to get on that stage and be there for them, no matter what.”

The 44-year-old singer confessed that he is not willing to give any details on what happened because he doesn’t want to be reminded of the situation over, and over. However, he admitted that at this point, things like these are considered to “come with the job.”

He added, “I just want to thank God for giving me the opportunity to be here with you talking about it, and it’s just a matter of being able to move on.”

Even though the Telemundo reporters continued to push the singer into talking about the kidnapping attempt, Lupillo kindly dismissed all the questions and continued to affirm that the show simply must go on.

According to Notimex, Lupillo admitted that he is scared to return to Aztec grounds to finish his tour, but he believes in God’s plan and whatever he says, goes.

“Fear is always there,” he confessed. “But I think God is the greatest being in this world, and he will be the one to take our life when the time comes.”

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