Desiring not to be silent any longer, Rocio Carrasco revealed in the eighth episode of In the name of Rocio one of the most emotionally complicated times of his life. Under the title The greatest spectacle in the world: life, the daughter of the “biggest” told how was the last stage of your mother’s illness, in which he had to prepare for the inevitable. A tragic outcome that led to “eternal dawn”.
After long months of agonizing treatment, breast cancer sworn dew was beginning to recover, which suggested that the disease was going to be forgotten. But, despite a marked improvement over the past few months, a sharp pain in the pancreas once again sets off all the alarms. A new health setback forced the artist to return to Houston. A very complicated step that Rocío Carrasco wanted to remember, telling publicly how she became the fundamental support of her mother and how the interpreter of like a wave he fought until the last day as the family began to prepare for the irresistible advance of the disease. The early morning of June 1, 2006 remained etched in his memory forever.
During these months, Fidel Albiac he became a shadow of Jurado, becoming one of the singer’s strongest die-hard supporters. “Everyone was like to see who made more, but if Fidel didn’t come to the room, my mother didn’t get out of bed”, began by explaining the protagonist of the docuseries. A gesture that shows that, despite everything that could be speculated, the mother-in-law relationship was admirable. During the singer’s stay in the hospital, her daughter’s companion played a fundamental role: “She was dedicated to hanging out with him and didn’t want to go with anyone else. The first day they left the room, the whole intensive care unit applauded her and they didn’t stop clapping until she came back.” Over time, Rocío understood that her mother left messages for her that she has not been able to decipher until today: “With her attitude during illness, she begins to try to undo things that she knew she did not have well done. It’s starting to show the feelings that I really felt.
However, Rocío remembers this stage with great pain, not only because she saw how “the greatest” passed out, but also because of the behavior that her media family had during the months at the hospital. In this new opus of the documentary, the ex-wife of Antonio David painfully evoked a particular episode which does not leave a good place for Ortega Cano. “When my mother was hospitalized, he was like absent, he disappeared. I found him once lying in a row in the hospital. I told him that my mother was looking for him, ”he began by telling. Back in the room, the artist reproached him for his attitude: “Even here you won’t respect me?” A few words that deeply penetrated the bullfighter who, back home, charged Rocío Carrasco harshly: “He told me that the one who killed my mother was me”. The daughter of the ‘eldest’ said she was left speechless and it was Fidel who had to intervene: “Fidel was there and said to him: ‘José, we are in our thirties, if you tell me again that woman again, we go through the crystals together downstairs. As long as we have little life and little shame to say that to a girl, whose mother is dying, we both go down”. A disagreement which, according to Carrasco, is the only one to have taken place between Fidel and the right-hander.
Likewise, the singer’s mother recounted in great detail the role that each of the members of her family had, leaving the teacher in a separate place, which she did not hesitate to take on after revealing what was really his attitude towards his mother during the stay in Houston. “José when my mother enters Houston collapses”, commented Rocío, pointing out that it was just when she had the famous accident, due to “a problem he had which came to light later and which unfortunately resulted in the loss of a person’s life”. The singer’s daughter did not deny that the bullfighter had a hard time with her mother’s situation, but she insisted that there was remorse in his attitude: “Bad conscience to know that he doesn’t didn’t do things right. From my point of view, it was difficult for him to accept the disease from which my mother suffered and it was difficult for him to know how he had behaved with her. To settle the matter, Rocío wanted to clarify that the right-hander’s problem started long before he lost the great love of his life: “It’s not true that he starts having the problem because of the death of my mother, better with the death of my mother increasesbut he has this problem for a long time”.