Eduin Caz from Grupo Firme dedicates a song to Ovidio Guzmán

The Grupo Firme vocalist was criticized on social networks for interpreting “El Ratón” a song dedicated to Ovidio Guzmán, son of El Chapo Guzmán.

The vocalist of Grupo Firme, Eduin Caz again caused controversy on social networks, after appearing in a video covering the narcocorrido ‘El Ratón’, a song by the band Código FN written for Ovidio Guzmán, son of El Chapo Guzmán.

The theme narrates different parts of the public life of Ovidio, who is also known as ‘El Ratón’, so that Caz performed the song caused controversy on social networks, even among his own fans.

The Grupo Firme vocalist has been involved in a series of scandals in recent weeks, both for presenting health problems and for denouncing that he was a victim of discrimination at Six Flags, for which the singer again gave something to talk about.

In a shared video it was filtered by users on social networks, in the clip you can see Caz wearing sportswear and holding a cell phone, in which he is reading the lyrics of the song “El Ratón” to interpret it.

The fans of the Grupo Firme vocalist were surprised by the singer’s interpretation, and there was no shortage of those who expressed their discontent with the video, since while some were outraged, others pointed out that the group must have had their reasons for recording this song at a controversial character and related to criminal activities.

“Nobody knows what’s up or why they sing it, sometimes they threaten if you don’t sing it”; “Good song, greetings to the chapitos”, were some of the comments from Internet users.