On July 30, the tiktoker pucallpino Esau Reategui Wong He responded in his Instagram stories to the messages that he said were sent by some users to ask for his opinion on what was expressed days ago, on Wednesday 28, by President Pedro Castillo on the imposition of compulsory military service for young people who do not work. nor do they study.
“A little while ago I was talking with my friends, the ‘chivitas’, and we remember the ‘cachacos’. Now we will be the ‘cachachos’. We are practicing already. I am a practitioner from my home, ”he first said jokingly.
Then, in a more serious tone, he stated that if necessary he would adopt the measure. “If I have to serve my country, I will do it with great pleasure, with a lot of love, with a lot of empathy, with a lot of everything, ”he said.
He also reiterated that he would continue as an influencer and content creator for social networks.
“I’m going to continue working on what I do, although many people think that making content is super easy,” he said. “I respect everyone’s opinions,” he added.
The success generated by the performance of the choreography of the song “I don’t know” by Explosión de Iquitos on TikTok has allowed Esaú Reategui Wong, through his character La Uchulú, to become a media person, first as a guest on different programs television programs such as Queens of the show, and later as a recurring artist on El reventonazo de la Chola. His last foray as a circus star has been in the Chola Chabuca Circus.
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