Geraldine Bazán decided to respond with height and in the best way to the wave of criticism she received for having traveled to the United States with her daughters Elissa and Miranda in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Through a live broadcast on her Instagram account, the Mexican television star clarified that both she and her little ones are in perfect health and that they are currently with her father, Gabriel Soto.
“They are fine, they were here with me, in the time that I was quarantining here in the United States and because now they had to leave because it is a time when they have to be with their dad, they are very happy,” he said.
She also told about the strict sanitary measures that she had to take to start with the recordings of “100 days to fall in love”, a Telemundo project that she was summoned to and the reason why she traveled to the United States.
“I had to quarantine in the US before I could enter the study, I arrived here 20 days ago, after that they took the COVID-19 test, which was obviously negative,” he explained.
Finally, Bazán decided to target haters directly: “There are people who really use social networks only to distill what they have in their hearts, and then they tell you ugly things,” he said.
And he added: “If someone is supposed to like you, well, they are more aware of you, they say, they reject, they publish and they give messages about everything where you go out, it’s cannon, like when you don’t accept and actually love that person So I kiss all the haters. “