Today in 1968 controversial Mexican singer Gloria Trevi was born in Monterrey, Mexico as Gloria de los Angeles Trevino Ruiz. Trevi, often referred to as the Mexican Madonna, started her career at 17-year-old in an all-girls band in Mexico and quickly sought to define her own destiny, like most Aquarians, with a solo career.
Then in 2000, after many years of success Trevi’s world and life fell apart with accusations of sexual abuse, corruption of minors and kidnapping along with her husband and manager. It took nearly 4 years in jail and a large scale investigation to clear the Mexican singer.
Like a true Aquarian who face challenges head on, Trevi returned to her true passion singing after being released from prison and her fans welcomed her with open arms.
According to Billboard, Trevi has “In the last 25 years, sold more than 25 million albums globally and landed four top 10s on the Top Latin Albums list.” She has individually sold more than 20 million records most beloved is “Todos Me Miran” and Pelo Suelto”.
This summer Trevi joins her frenemy Alejandra Guzman in a 30-city U.S. tour
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