“My uncle was born again”, Eduin Caz from Grupo Firme, shows how “La Ramona” turned out, his RAM truck


At the end of last January, the thousands of followers of the singer from Sinaloa Eduin Caz 27 years old, they got a tremendous scare before the alleged car accident he had suffered in his RAM vanwhich he called “The Ramona”. A few hours later, it was revealed that the Lead singer of Grupo Firme was not in said vehicle, and that the injured person had been his uncle Jorge Omar Cázares.

“I’m looking at the news, it’s really true, it’s my truck,” Eduin Caz said in a video he posted on his social networks. “Fortunately, I wasn’t in that truck,” adding that his uncle and personal assistant was out of danger.

In recent posts on his social networks, the Grupo Firme leader showed how his truck was after the spectacular accidenthappened on a road in Culiacan, Sinaloa state, Mexico.

In a video, as a joke, he expressed: “I’m watching ‘La Ramona’ before they take her away, I think that with a little polish it comes out, it stays, it’s brand new, whole.” After a bit of humor, the singer of songs like “En tu perra vida” or “Ya supérame”, stated that his truck was very damaged and how lucky his relative was. “My uncle was born again, we are going to give him the cat.”Eduin Caz took what happened in the best way.

Eduin Oswaldo Parra Cazares, traveled to Culiacán, Sinaloa to see with his own eyes the damage to his precious “Ramona”. In a photo that she posted with her uncle, she mentioned:

In another video that he posted, it is seen when a crane takes away his RAM truck, using in the background the song “A sailboat called freedom lyrics” by the Spanish singer-songwriter José Luis Perales, “I will always remember you my Ramona.”

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“Fortunately, material things come and go”, “put it in rice”, “put hot water on it and it’s like new”, “I almost died thinking it was you”, “‘La Ramona’ deserves a good corrido” and “what a bad wave, everyone tells you not to get upset, but it is obvious that it hurts to lose your things, cheer up, the good thing that did not happen to greater thanks to God ❤️”, are some of the comments from his followers when seeing these images.

Graduated from the Universidad de Occidente in 2010 with a degree in Communication Sciences, passionate about human journalism. After participating in the “La Oveja Negra” Talent Workshop given by the Ideas Machine, I was recruited by El Debate companies and months after graduating, I started working as a general information and police reporter. I am the proud founder of Periódico La i (where I worked as editor and reporter) in the city of Guamúchil, Sinaloa, the popular newspaper of El Debate. Two years later I became editor of the newspaper La Sirena, another of the company’s popular newspapers. Later I migrated from paper to digital, when I went to our web portal www.debate.com.mx, witnessing the evolution and growth it has had. I am currently a web reporter and entertainment journalist, conducting interviews with local, national and international singers, groups and actors, I have also specialized in K-Pop and K-Dramas. In these years working in the company, I have acquired knowledge about SEO positioning in Google and Analitycs, as well as content development for social networks.


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