One of the honorary journalist’s questions was whether he had completed the fourth grade, and Botota replied that not only had he completed it, but that he came out with distinction for having the highest average. However, all was not triumphant at the end of his school career.
It all started when she was watching an afternoon program “Hello! Ellie,” which upset her grandmother. “She says to me: ‘What are you watching those programs of the old Kahunera porters!, and I tell her:’ And what does it matter to you?”. I One hit the church”, said Fox, who explained that the jolt was very strong.
“What a shame”
“The thing is when I got an invitation from my grandfather and grandmother to meet me at my graduation. I stood in front of my grandparents and told them ‘You’re not going anywhere'”, she said and acted as if she tore up the invitation in front of them.
Díaz asked him why he did it, and La Botota replied that he hated it because his grandmother had hit him.
The former “MasterChef” contestant said when graduation day arrived, she thought they were going to go the same way, she didn’t even have to finish a sentence to make Pamela Díaz laugh. Botota laughed and said, “I was alone, I don’t even have a photo Mar***”.
“I thought they were about to leave, what a shame,” he said with a laugh. “When they went to give me a prize, Condor admitted that he was the only one who got an average of 6.8 (…) and they did not arrive. They gave me the hua and alone, “added Transformista.
“So, I came home afterward, with tremendous disgust and my grandmother asked me how it went, and I told her ‘I earned it’, like with disgust,” Botota continued.
Pamela asked him if it was his most important trophy and he said no because he was alone. Surprisingly, “Verito”, “Fiera’s” assistant, shouted behind the camera “Por henna!”, to the laughter of all present. Botota agreed and assured them that he had learned not to be proud. At least he got a lesson. Despite everything, she said that her relationship with her grandmother is super.