Don Omar He was honest in the interview he gave to the television presenter Mr. Francisco. A talk they had and that is yet to see the light. However, in the short preview they gave, it reveals a hitherto unknown part of the life of the King of Reggaeton.
As the interpreter of songs like “Pobre Diabla” or “Ella y yo” confessed, when he was between fourteen and fifteen years old he dedicated himself to selling drugs and worked eight-hour shifts at one point.
“I lived selling drugs. That was my job. Fourteen or fifteen years. I worked inside a drug point, I sold drugs. I worked an eight-hour shift every day,” William Omar Landrón, his real name, tells him. to Don Francis.
The presenter asked him if he also used the substances he sold. “All day,” Don Omar answered when asked if he was drugged, and he also admitted that he drank alcohol at night.
In the preview, Don Francisco is also heard reflecting on how the singer, after seeing how they killed two of his colleagues who were also doing the same thing as him, turned to God.
Sharing this short excerpt from the interview, which does not yet have a broadcast date, Don Francisco wrote on Instagram: “Here I leave you a small preview of what our reflections will be. A sincere and transparent conversation where Don Omar tells us how his life before becoming the great icon of music that he is today. His experiences and learning”.
This interview comes in the midst of the King Of Kings’ high-profile return to music. In recent times, the artist has released songs like “Flow HP”, along with Resident, “It shakes” with Nio Garcíaeither “Soy yo”, in collaboration with Gente de Zona and Wisin.