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Ángela Aguilar was defended by the great-great-grandson of the creator of the national anthem

Ángela Aguilar has remained on everyone’s lips after being criticized for the way she sang the National Anthem, prior to Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez’s fight against Billy Joe Sanders.

Some have come out in defense of the young singer, among them the great-great-grandson of the creator of the lyrics of the hymn, Francisco González Bocanegra.

Francisco assured that he sang it in the correct way, staying attached to the original version.

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“The original rhythm is a 4/4 measure, that is, it is much slower than what is sung today, which is in a 2/4 measure. It is a military marching beat but much slower. The version that Angela Aguilar sang is sung in a 4/4 time, much slower and that is the original version, “said the great-great-grandson in an audio that he sent to the journalist Javier Poza, on his radio program ‘Grupo Fórmula’ .

Angela Aguilar received undeserved criticism

After the declarations of the great-great-grandson, it was clear that the daughter of Pepe Aguilar was thrown to the wall without any need.

However, the bad time that he had to live as a result of mockery and criticism served him as learning.

“The truth was an experience that helped me a lot to grow. Yes I got out of the loop because I had never experienced a situation where so many people threw so much hatred and bad vibes at me, ”Angela told Poza.

Angela sang in front of more than 73,000 people present at AT&T Stadium.

During his presentation he had to face some audio problems but he managed to get out of the situation in a good way.

“It defines me as an artist how I got the situation out in the sense that I had no audio […] It was a great honor for me and I am left with the applause of the people ”, he concluded.

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