Update; @eduin_caz’s truck overturned in Culiacán; this is known Rotating light of police cars so far. The state of health of the singer who apparently had been driving his car is unknown.
Entertainment reporter Gustavo Adolfo Infante reports that the truck of Grupo Firme leader Eduin Caz has been severely overturned in Culiacán, Sinaloa. Through social networks, Gustavo Adolfo Infante shared a RAM image of a recent Eduin Caz model, which was badly damaged after tipping over. Infante explained that Culiacán authorities assured that the van coincided with that of the singer. They do not know if anyone on the boat was injured and, so far, the singer has not mentioned anything about the accident. Caz or the media are expected to provide details of the day’s events.
Without a doubt, Grupo Firme is one of the fastest-growing brands in recent years, which makes it one of the best-paid bands not only in Mexico but worldwide. This has allowed all its members, especially its frontman Edwin Caz, to venture into other industries and immerse themselves in luxuries such as mansions and cars.
According to Pollstar, one of the world’s leading live music and concert industry trade publications, the Mexican band toured very lucratively in 2021, reaching their No. $820 for four.
Billy Joel topped the list with $4 million, 997,814, followed by Dave Chappelle with $4 million, 601,237, and singer Bruno Mars with $2 million, 521,000,004.
Likewise, he recently gave a little to talk about, as he appeared in a video singing the song “El Ratón”, broadcast by FN Code, dedicated to Ovidio Guzmán, son of Chapo Guzmán. It was the nickname by which the son of the former leader of the Sinaloa cartel was known.
Eduin Caz comes from a humble family. Originally from Culiacán, Sinaloa, he began his career in trucks and at the border crossing between Mexico and the United States. He studied marketing at the Autonomous University of Baja California and just graduated a few weeks ago.