Yarita was forced to reinvent itself as a result of the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic. That is how she decided to open her Coco Bongo cevichería restaurant, a 400-square-meter establishment that has a stage, where the artist often delights her diners with her talent. In the same way, she launched a seven-level karaoke disco.
Back in 2020, the singer Yarita Lizeth revealed that she began working at the age of 15 and from the age of 18 she began to travel to different countries to make her way in the music industry. That is how Yarita was generating money and she chose to save to be able to build one of her first businesses.
“I have traveled to Bolivia, Chile, Argentina and Ecuador. Since that year (when I was 18) I saved without spending on vanities.
In addition, (I had) the support of my brothers, because they are my engine to keep going, and they are the ones who encouraged me to build a hotel and other businesses”, the artist told the now-defunct program “En boca de todos”.
Yarita Lizeth donates 50,000 soles to relatives of those murdered in Puno
The singer from Puno expressed her solidarity with the people who have been victims of violence due to the protests that have been taking place in Juliaca, Puno. Along these lines, she communicated, through a statement, that she would donate 50,000 soles to the relatives of those affected to cover the expenses of their deceased and injured.
“The relatives of the people who are hospitalized and the people who ceased to exist today more than ever need our support,
which is why I reach out to a donation of 50,000 soles, which will be delivered to the families of the victims”, read in the post.
Yarita Lizeth spoke about the victims of the protests on social networks. Photo: Yarita Lizeth/Facebook
Yarita Lizeth speaks out against protests in Juliaca
Yarita Lizeth referred to the violent demonstrations that have been taking place in Juliaca and, given the death of 17 protesters, urged the police to stop the violence so that the deaths do not continue.
“My heartfelt condolences to the 12 families and more, who lost their loved ones in this violent repression against my brothers from Juliaca, north, south of Puno, who were unjustly killed by a cry from all Peruvians,” he wrote in a Facebook post.
Yarita Lizeth sings to a large group of protesters in Puno
The singer was encouraged to sing some of her songs for a group of protesters who were blocking a highway in the Puno region. Yarita came to this place because she and her group were transporting to this location.
Upon meeting the large number of strikers, Yarita had no better idea than to get out of his vehicle to talk to the residents. After that, he sang them the chorus of
“How long will I be your lover?”