A young woman has caused a furor on the internet after his case was made known, after pretend to be a potato seller to be up front Christian Nodal concert and so get in for free.
Through social mediathe case of this young turned aroundl after announcing how it was the moment he hatched it all to access the privileged area in the concert of Nodal.
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Anna Varela, known for doing videos with her granny through TikToktalked about his idea of dress up as a street vendor to enjoy the concert.
He stressed that he was leaving the gym that day and went straight to the Nodal concert, according to what was published in his story time.
“I paid 300 pesos to be in the general area, but obviously I wasn’t looking at the ex of Belinda, So I had an idea: pretend to be a beer seller” he recounted.
added to get to the VIP areawhich has a cost of approximately 10 thousand pesosAna paid the beer vendor 50 pesos to lend her his jacket and the bucket with drinks to enter the area to “sell”.
However, the authorities did not let her pass because it was a VIP place.
Young man convinces potato seller to enter the VIP Zone
Ana said that under her motto “he who perseveres achieves”, she was motivated to return and speak with the potato seller; After explaining her reason to the potato vendor, she lent him her basket of potatoes and entered the area.
“I ended up in the VIP area because the boy who lent me the parents let me in without paying any pesos, I was in the area of the fifis, those who could pay“, he added.
However, when she was enjoying Nodal’s concert, Ana Varela said that two police officers approached her to buy two bags of potatoes.
However, not knowing the cost of each one, she sold them for 50 pesos, but they did not realize that she was an apocryphal seller. As the tiktoker explained, it is not the first time that she has gone to street vendors to let her go to the VIP area.
Originally posted on The Herald of Chihuahua