Antonio Canales is one of our nation’s most beloved public figures. Although he has an extensive career as a bailiff behind him, the Sevillian was able to show his most vulnerable side and his forceful personality in his participation in the Telecinco Survivors program in 2021.
The artist is going through a good professional and personal phase and has been working in various shows in which he teaches his followers his love for flamenco and where he shows his passion for dance. Between publishing and showing his day-to-day and showing what he does and stops doing, the Andalusian has worried his fans by uploading a photo with an oxygen mask.
A few days ago, the 61-year-old former National Ballet dancer shared a picture where he was next to a machine that was providing him oxygen. The artist set off all the alarm bells with the said print with one phrase: “Very tough times! Life passes many times. What does one know…”.
Sensing the concern of loved ones, colleagues, the media, and his followers, Canales uploaded another post to clarify what had happened to him: ”Thank you for your messages and attention. It’s a bad scare. Altitude sickness, but it wasn’t my day. I love you”.
This fear gripped Antonio Canales in Mexico City, which is more than 2,000 meters above sea level, so it would be the main reason that could be causing the flamenco dancer’s uneasiness.
The tense moment has worried the more than 50,000 followers Canales has accumulated on her official Instagram account, though she quickly uploaded several other posts showing she’s having an amazing day and that she’s about to make a hundred Percent recovered, although he will be more careful to avoid such scares in the future.
The Sevillian has thanked all the support he has received on social networks these days since he announced that he had suffered a health complication, since after publishing the photo with the oxygen mask, hundreds of people came to wish him and express their love. came to do. dancer
Among those who sent him encouragement are some famous people, such as singer Kiki Morante, ex-partner of Sara Carbonero, who wrote him “Cheer up Tito Antonio, we love you!”.