Miguel Bosé went to El Hormiguero tonight to present 'Bosé Renacido', a documentary series about his life. Shortly after the program started, the singer took the opportunity to apologize for not having been able to attend the last time he was engaged, given that he became ill due to the stress derived from the robbery he suffered by 10 hooded men in the house of he.
Bosé has revealed how surreal that event was given that the leader of the robbers turned out to be a follower of the singer, something that reassured him because "I knew we were not in danger."
A month ago, 10 hooded men attacked the singer's house with him and his children inside. “They were having a sleepover with a friend and at 8:30 p.m. I was woken up by faces that I didn't recognize. “I saw my children at the foot of the bed surrounded by these people armed with machine guns.”
The hooded ones did not seem like professions, according to Bosé. They tied them with the laces of their sneakers. “A professional comes into your house, sprays you, they empty your house and you don't realize it.” Despite this, "there was no physical violence."
At a time when Bosé admits that “he was very lucid” he decided to side with the robbers and give them whatever they asked for. They wanted everything, “everything we could take of value and a figure that they told us we could take in this house.”
So that they would not be harmed, they reached an agreement, the singer would take them to the safes, but they would do it “calmly.” They wanted to separate Boshe's children, but he managed to stop them. “If you separate them they are going to panic, they are going to get nervous and you are going to have added problems. Put them together with the lady of the house in a room and there you control them as you want.
In the middle of the robbery, Miguel Bosé tells the most surreal moment. At one point, “the boss stares at me and says, guys, this is Miguel Bosé.” Then he takes off his mask and tells her “I'm your fan.”
At that moment the singer sees his opportunity and tells him: “Let's get things on the right track or the concerts are over.” “A selfie, a selfie,” is heard in the background from another of the hooded men. But the head of the robbery did not agree.
“At that moment I felt calmer.” Even so, the assailants “took everything they could.” But Miguel Bosé has been able to take a positive side to what happened. “From here I want to thank you for one thing, I have two Californian friends, lifelong fans, who every Christmas, birthday, party, give us some objects that they are passionate about that I hate.”
It is a high-end brand of suitcases and purses that the singer “scares” about and that apparently the robbers “took them all.” Something that Bosé has appreciated between laughs while looking at the camera in El Hormiguero. "Thank you. I really say it, I hope it reaches you.”