Ricky Martin Promotes Autobiography ?Me? in Chicago

By | December 11, 2017

International superstar, Grammy award-winning singer, Ricky Martin, who has sold over 60 million albums worldwide, presented at Borders Book Store in Chicago, Unites States to promote his new autobiography “Me”. The book is about memories of his childhood, the boy band “Menudo” and the challenges of fame. The Latino singer has recently opened up about his sexuality for the first time since he came out announcing he’s gay back in the spring time. He had to struggle with his identity and reflections on his sexuality and relationships. Finally, he had to make decision to devotie himself to helping children around the world and becoming a father.

 

Ricky Martin’s autobiography “Me” is being sold at Borders Book Store in Chicago

 

Martin has signed over 700 books at the Borders in Lincoln Park

 

Ricky Martin appears with the familiar and warm smile all the time

 

The cover of Ricky Martin’s autobiography “Me”

 

These days, Ricky Martin has appeared frequently on TV to promote his book

 

It is certain that Ricky Martin’s autobiography will be sold quickly after he claimed to be gay

 

Ricky Martin hugged and thanked a disabled fan for buying his book

 

Many people have questioned and mocked Martin’s sexuality in the past

 

As a father, Martin thought it was time to tell the world who he is

 

Ricky Martin was photographed at Borders Book Store in the Time Warner building

 

 

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