A Homeless Man Who Sings On Trains Tries Out For Mexico's Got Talent... And The Rest Is History
November 8, 2014
As a child, he wandered off by himself and got lost. He didn't know how to get back home, so the Red Cross took him in. Unable to find a place for him in an orphanage, he was placed in a correctional facility for minors. After a while, he was adopted by an American couple and taken to the United States, but he constantly misbehaved because of his time in the correctional.
He was sent back to Mexico where he lived on the streets for 10 years. One day a friend gave him a tape recorder and he started singing on the subway. The rest is history...
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