The writer emphasized all his statements on the Magaly Medina program. “
My relationship with (Diego Bertie) was tremendous, intense, brutal, tormented and, at the same time, he educated me in dark pleasures that I had not known until then”, reads one of the paragraphs.
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In a part of his column, the journalist also referred to Diego Bertie’s musical relaunch and pointed out that it is a good idea for him to create songs again.
“He’s talented, he’s handsome, he sings well, he dances gracefully. It suits him to express himself artistically (…) It suits him to write his own songs, to write a song about a man he loved, an openly gay song, ”he wrote.
He said that it would make him happy if he talks about the romance they had in one of his songs. “Would you like (Diego Bertie) to write a song about the love and heartbreak that both have experienced?” Bayly asked.
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I would be the happiest man in the world if (Diego Bertie) wrote a song inspired by me (…) even if in that song he calls me fat, paunchy, paunchy and bourgeois”, he added. Jaime Bayly denies Diego Bertie
Jaime Bayly He gave details of the affair he had with Diego Bertie in his column. “It lasted a couple of years. He was my first man. I loved it. I didn’t know how to love him, we didn’t know how to love each other, but I loved him,” she revealed.
“That’s why I dedicated a chapter of ‘Salsipuedes’ (nickname for his book ‘Don’t tell anyone’), entitled ‘The actor’, to a character called Soplamocos (…) I thought of him, I wrote thinking of him because I still loved him”, added the writer.
Jaime Bayly affirms that he did love Diego Bertie. Photo: composition/ Instagram