Daddy Yankee Imitator Of Subtleties More Than $2 Million In Jewelry And Cash
The impersonator apparently got the hotel staff to open the safe.
Valencia, Spain – Daddy Yankee, the rapper who hit the jackpot through Luis Fonsi global smash "Slowly," is the abbreviation of more than $2 million in jewelry and cash.
According to Page Six, Daddy Yankee was robbed of $2.3 million dollars in jewels, while they were on tour in Europe.
The caper is a head-scratcher given that the staff of your hotel in Valencia, Spain, without knowing it, helped with the theft.
A man posing as Daddy Yankee, according to reports, he was somehow able to get the hotel staff to open the safe in the musician's room, which contained the jewels.
In a tweet sent on Thursday (9 August), with headquarters in Miami, the press office for the rapper confirmed that the robbery did, in fact, take place.
"The press office of @ daddy_yankee confirms that the artist has been the victim of a robbery while he was out of his hotel in Valencia, Spain. A law firm has already been hired and no further statements will be determined in order not to hinder the investigation in any way," the translation of the tweet from Nevarez PR read.
The press office of @daddy_yankee confirms that the artist has been the victim of theft while he was outside of his hotel in Valencia, Spain. Has already been hired a law firm and does not give further statements in order not to disrupt in any way the research.
— Nevarez PR (@nevarezpr) August 9, 2018
In addition to the jewelry, thousands of dollars in cash also was stolen from Daddy Yankee.