Santiago Maratea responded to Guillermo Francella, who said that he will not put money for the collection by Independiente
After a six-day hiatus, Santiago Maratea reappeared in his networks. The influencer who organized the collection for Independiente uploaded several videos on his Instagram account and told why he was absent, reactivated the move to raise money for the Avellaneda club and also took the time to respond to Guillermo Francella, who explained why will not be added to the collection for Red.
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Hello friend, how are you? I missed you, I apologize, I know I disappeared for six days. I was saturated with the media, but I began to work double within the collection (bureaucracy, organization, meetings, etc.) ”, she explained.
Then he referred to the collection and informed the followers of various links to reach 800 million pesos. As she uploaded videos, he published alternatives with different amounts in order to reach the largest number of people.
Francella explained why she will not donate money for the Independiente collection
One of them did it for 80 pesos and in the following video he responded to Francella: “We could send this story to Francella. Total idol, I love him. I don’t know him, never seen him in my life, but I like him. He said that he ‘would not contribute to this collection’. But, Guille, friend, 80 pesos? Are you going to deny me 80 pesos?
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The actor had indicated that “he would not donate because they have tortured us all our lives, we lived what we lived at the time and they hurt us a lot, many burdens.” He added that “we never had weight in the AFA and everyone knows that. We were mocked by them and I don’t like to play nice now with them.
On the other hand, Maratea justified that “all one’s money could not be invested. I think that, for now, 600 million have been invested. The rest is being reviewed to make sure that all the money that comes in is justified and we know where it comes from. First, all the transfers are reviewed and then it starts to pay off”.
Maratea reported the money they were able to pay
In addition, he referred to the possibility of receiving donations outside of Argentina: “The foreign account is difficult because it is a lot of bureaucracy, but we have been dealing with this issue since the collection started and we are days away from being able to enable it. I want to confirm it, but we can’t yet.”
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It should be remembered that another way to raise money is the online auction of the shirts of former club players such as Nicolás Tagliafico, Federico Mancuello, Alan Velasco, Fabricio Bustos, Adrián Gabbarini and Oscar Ustari.
The last total published by Maratea
Maratea is known on social networks for his solidarity actions in which he collaborated with people who needed money for an operation or other health issues. He was interested in the delicate economic / financial moment of Independiente and decided to organize the collection so that the Avellaneda club could get out of business.
The last data revealed by Maratea about the total sum was in these Instagram videos and yesterday he published that they reached 788,603,201 pesos, but the sum continued to grow and reached 792,021,749 pesos. Two million pesos were raised this Wednesday and this afternoon, the total published by the influencer on his Twitter account was 794,270,993 pesos.
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