Miguel Bosé has attended El Hormiguero to talk about his new docuseries, 'Bosé Renacido'. Pablo Motos has discussed with the singer several episodes of his life, which can be seen in the series. For example, his relationship with his father, Luís Miguel Dominguín.
The bullfighter was a lover of animals and hunting and took Miguel Bosé, aged 10, to spend a month on safari in Africa. According to the doctor who treated father and son before the trip, he told Luís Miguel Dominguín that "these (pills) if you don't give them to the child, he will die, he will leave us, Miguel give them to him", referring to the pills against Malaria.
However, Miguel Bosé did not take the pills because, as he told Pablo Motos, his father believed that "they were a faggot." But, when they traveled to Africa he contracted the disease very quickly. "As soon as I arrived, I must have been stung there during a hippopotamus hunt."
According to the singer himself, "we were there for a month and from the first week I started to get very sick and I arrived in Madrid weighing 14 kilos." When they arrived in Spain they took him to the doctor Manuel Tamames, who reprimanded the bullfighter. "I'm going to kill you. I will continue admiring you as a teacher, as a bullfighter, but as a person you are shit."
On the other hand, Miguel Bosé has also explained in El Hormiguero how bad his mother had it when she was sick with Malaria. Furthermore, he has revealed that "that's where the serious crises began" in his marriage. "Even though neither of the two (parents) took care of us and the dad did, putting your child at risk and having the possibility of avoiding it..., they separated the next day."