‘I live here, I haven’t moved’: Bad Bunny speaks up against the government again

‘I live here, I haven’t moved’: Bad Bunny speaks up against the government again

The exponent of urban music, Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, better known as Bad Bunny, stopped on the island during the last performance of his concert “A summer without you” to demonstrate again against the government.

In a video published on social networks, the singer can be heard expressing dissatisfaction with the energy service for the second time.

“It’s disrespectful that Puerto Rico is left without power every day… nobody tells me that. I live here, I haven’t moved. I’m at home and the power goes out for four or five hours and it’s happened to me a million times and I know there are people who are worse off,” the artist said.

He also spoke about the expulsion of Puerto Ricans, teacher and police salaries, the closure of schools and the lack of access to a decent health care system.

“I don’t want to be the most revolutionary or the most rebellious, but she found the generation that won’t leave…” added the interpreter.