Dylan León Masa, better known as Dillom, released a controversial phrase this Saturday, from the Cosquín Rock stage, aimed at the Minister of Economy, Luis Caputo. He did it during the cover of the song Sr. Cobranza, which the band Las Manos de Filippi released at the end of the nineties in the album “Arriba las manos, esto es el Estado”.
“I move here, I move there, they have to kill Caputo in the square,” recited the singer born in Once 23 years ago and raised in Colegiales, from the North stage of the traditional music festival that takes place every year in that city in the province of Cordoba.
In the original song, the band led by Carlos “Cabra” de Vega deeply criticized the management of Carlos Menem and, in the part used by Dillom, aimed directly at Domingo Cavallo after his first stint at the Ministry of Economy. “Norma Plá must kill Cavallo”, was the sentence that completed the first verse.
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