Fixed Gear is on everyone’s lips, the controversy took over his figure with the media crossover with his children, who brought to the fore a possibility of mistreatment as a father. In this context, the man who photographed him without makeup now appeared in Tierra del Fuego.
A few months ago, the clown visited the extinct cycle of Jey Mammon and He was encouraged to explain the reason for the viralization of the only image without makeup. “I was coming on a family trip and we stopped at a very famous bakery in Tolhuin. There, the owner asked me for a photo. I told him “as I am (without makeup) it doesn’t work for you or me. But he insisted and in the end I agreed but told him ‘this is between us’”.
The artist also installed the feeling that the merchant failed at some point in the agreement, since he stated: “He told me yes. A week later, everyone was telling me that they had seen me in a photo without makeup in a bakery in Tolhuin.”
Emilio Saez (67) broke the silence, jumped at the chance to express his truth, his point of view on the matter, which happened in 2002, in the framework of a clown vacation. Thus, the Fuegian surprised by providing a series of details in contrast.
In this way, the baker said: “The truth is, I took that photo of him after a driver from the government told me: ‘Emilio, I’ll bring you a famous clown.’ I really didn’t know him, I think at that time he wasn’t that famous yet. But hey, together with an employee (who is Cordovan, like him) we all three took a picture”.
And he added: “I had one of those cameras that carried a roll of 36. With it I obtained photos of artists and characters who passed through the bakery.” Then, he narrated what he did with the camera: “When I revealed it, it had been about three months . I saw it and it occurred to me to make a picture that I hung in the bakery”.
And so he reached the knot of the story, the exact point that ended up setting up the whole mess. “Below it said, of course, ‘Piñón Fijo’. And when time passed and the people who arrived began to know it, they took photos next to the painting. I never thought that would hurt him,” he assured her. emily to Clarin.
By way of conclusion, the merchant argued that he never wanted to harm Fixed Gear: “I didn’t do it on purpose at all. what did he win? Also, I thought he was a guy. I did not know anything about that he did not want to take pictures without makeup. And I’ll tell you more: once someone came to the store and when he saw the photo he told me that ‘this man doesn’t like to go out without makeup’. So I took out the painting.”