On Saturday, Salvador's Carnival faced some setbacks. At approximately 10:50 p.m., the power went out between Camarote Expresso 2222, owned by the Gilberto Gil family, and Morro do Cristo. Over the course of an hour and twenty minutes, all street lights in the area went out.
Moreover, Leo Santana got angry at a driver in his trio. The singer complained about the speed at which the driver was driving the car after the marches were delayed.
“Please, driver, I know there is a full carnival drive in El Salvador, but I am responsible for my group and my trio,” he said. Liu said that if the trio didn't walk, it would make the show uncomfortable for his group.
At another point, Yvette Sangallo also felt nervous.
The trio's delay unnerved a crowd of revelers from Coroga, Yvette Sangallo's building, and Leo Santana's Nana.
By letting the Leo trio pass in front of her, and reversing the previously expected order, Yvette tried to calm the fans: “How can I solve this problem, guys? I also wanted to do it this way, I even wanted to fly. I can even sing for you, but I will still need Liu to pass. Can you help me with this? It is possible? No? But then how can I solve it?”
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