Lissa Vera, lead singer of Bandana, celebrated her birthday over the weekend in a restaurant in Palermo. Her two daughters, relatives and friends were present, but only two “celebrities” attended.
The singer wore a floor-length black dress with tulle and sheer inserts and was seen to be very affectionate with her two daughters, dressed for the occasion.
The two “celebs” who attended were Nicolás Maiques, Lissa’s former partner in the first season of The hotel of the famous and Antonella Menem, daughter of Carlos Menem Jr.
In her networks, the artist shared a video of the night where she enjoyed eating and drinking beer with friends, and wrote: Thank you to everyone who was there and made my wonderful birthday celebration possible. Thank you Fefi, Benja, Fer and Peter for the tremendous organizational work.”
In the post, her friends and fans congratulated her on her birthday with emotional words. “Lissa’s birthday is very beautiful, thanks for the welcome and human warmth. A huge hug”, wrote Walter Cormace for example.
“Beautiful birthday my queen, thank you for letting me be a part of it”, expressed Menem, one of the guests.
They also asked him “And Lou?”, referring to Lourdes, his Bandana partner, who was not present at the celebration. “I was at the theater”he answered, justifying his absence.
Lissa told what was the worst moment of her life
when he was inside The Hotel of the Famous, Lissa told what was the worst situation she experienced in her life. In the midst of the success of Bandana, in the 2000s, the singer had a attempted kidnapping and, from that day on, he gradually lost his savings.
In that testimony, the singer admitted as much He was making a lot of money for his age. “I kept part of the money that I used for my expenses, for my entertainment, to enjoy it with my friends or whatever I wanted. And the rest I gave to my parents so they could save it,” she said.
“We bought clothes, we changed the furniture, we paid off debts and the money was saved. My family was not delusional about it. But then I had a very heavy situation where I lost money because I left the neighborhood because they wanted to kidnap meat the time of the kidnappings, in 2002. We had to cancel me, all my brothers and my parents,” Lissa said.
About the event, the singer said: “It was horrible. The night they planned the event they were waiting for me in the corner, they knew all my itinerary. It was in San Justo, but these people were from Ciudad Evita.”
Luckily, the kidnapping plan failed as Lissa didn’t return to her home. “It went badly because I didn’t show up that night. The next day they went very early to the place where a guy who knew me worked and it seems they were over the top, because they told him in detail everything they planned to do with me.”
“It was one of the f***ing things I experienced during Bandana, we had a very bad time and the money went for rent and stuff. When we finished the contract I was out of work, with five thousand pesos in my pocket and life, who didn’t know where it was going,” he actually said a few months ago.
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