Who Is Juanpa Zurita, the Influencer Who Was Criticized for His Bottled Water Business?

Juan Pablo Zurita.

The influencer has made his way as a network personality and is extremely popular, however, he has also been involved in more than one controversy

Juanpa Zurita is currently one of the best-known faces on the Internet and thanks to this fame he has made his way into acting and in the business world. However, he has not fought the scandals, he was recently involved in a controversy over his bottled water brand, and if you want to know a little more about the influencer, here we tell you.

The 25-year-old Mexican has been active on social media since 2013 when he debuted with comedy videos on the defunct Vine app. Little by little he became a fan base that exceeded two million and who followed him to other social networks when it was time to migrate.

His real name is Juan Pablo Martínez-Zurita Arellano and he is originally from Mexico City.


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Zurita opened his YouTube channel in which currently has more than 10 million subscribers, his Instagram account detonated over time and now reaches  25 million followers, which makes him one of the most influential Mexican men in the world. net.

In 2016, she made the leap and entered the fashion industry when she became the image of Pull & Bear, Inditex, and modeled for  Calvin Klein Mexico. Zurita has also participated in the Paris fashion show with Louis Vuitton, was in Milan Fashion Week with Dolce & Gabbana, and became the cover of GQ Italia.

On the television side he has had more than one appearance; gave life to Luis Miguel’s brother in the singer’s biographical series, has worked as a host in ceremonies such as the MTV Millenial Awards, and participated in  Who is the mask?

The controversies of Juanpa Zurita

On more than one occasion the influencer has been in the eye of the hurricane, and that is that not only has he been called a “white icon” due to his lifestyle, he has also made some comments that have not helped him much and his business has been the subject of doubt by many.


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In 2017, after the earthquake that devastated Mexico City, Zurita led a movement where he raised  26 million pesos to build houses. These houses took a long time to finish and the veracity of the project began to be questioned.

His most recent controversy was related to his bottled water brand Water People, which he claimed was better than the competition because it is not purified but “pure.” In social networks, they criticized the Mexican for wanting to do business with this issue in a period in which the country is going through a period of drought.


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