The boxer denied having depression, as his father said on social networks
Julio César Chávez Jr. continues to arouse concern among his followers, after the great Mexican champion came out to clarify what was happening with his son because of the way he showed himself in a video on Instagram, the boxer turned to his networks social networks to tell their version of the accusations made by their father.
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According to Chávez González, Julito has depression, which is why he had a crisis episode in recent days, which resulted in the recording he shared, in which he indicated that his family wanted him to be re-admitted to a rehabilitation clinic.
But, the 37-year-old boxer did not remain silent and emphasized that his mental health is stable and denied any type of problems that his father aired in an interview he gave with David Faitelson through Facebook on May 10.
Julio César Chávez Jr. assured that he is fine (Instagram/ @jcchavezjr)
Chávez Jr. told his version through Instagram and contradicted his father, since he denied having problems with his mental health. Junior shared a video in which he clarified that he does not have depression, without giving further arguments about the situation, the recording of Julio César was brief and refuted any type of mental problem.
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In the recording, Junior seemed to be talking to someone else, so he “responded” to that conversation, but the topic was focused on his mental health, so he sent a forceful message in which he denied suffering from depressive episodes, such as his dad explained, so he refuted what his dad said.
“In other words, it gets upset because I said, what depression? He wants me to tell you: colleagues, depression is a state in which I am not currently in, I thank you”
In a video on networks, Chávez Jr. was shown in a state that worried his fans (Instagram/ @jcchavezjr)
However, although the video was shared as a temporary story on May 24, the application showed that it is an original archive video from May 4, that is, he recorded it before his father came out to testify to what he was experiencing. to deal with your addiction problem.
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And it is that, in recent days, Junior’s health drew the attention of different fans because he was concerned about how he showed himself in a recording in which he attacked his father Chávez González, his wife and the rest of the family.
Julio César Chávez Jr. relapsed from his addiction recovery
Due to the controversial video that the eldest son of boxing César uploaded, Julio had to tell what was happening with his son and how it would harm the exhibition fight they were scheduled to hold in June at the Caliente Stadium in Tijuana.
The now boxing commentator confirmed that Chávez Jr. relapsed and has not been able to fully overcome his addiction problem, for which reason the depression he is experiencing caused him to have hallucinations and even his brain swelled, since he consumed some pills that did not he had to ingest, so it triggered Junior’s psychotic picture.
“Inform them that, you see that there have been many rumors about a relapse of Julio […] Unfortunately, Julio suffers from depression, he took an anxiolytic, he hadn’t slept for two days and he began to be delirious, his brain swelled, he didn’t sleep… he went back,” he said.