Mexican singer-songwriter Aleks Syntek has received a lot of criticism after saying he doesn’t like operated women and that he prefers them unvarnished and natural.
“I like natural women with little makeup; I don’t like that they are produced, I don’t like that they put on a fake bust or buttocks. Make ’em all hot, make ’em cum in their mouths, dammit! I don’t like any of that. I like natural beauty,” affirms the artist at Pedro Prieto.
The video was shared on TikTok and went so viral that the performer of “Sex, Modesty and Tears” was branded macho.
The singer said women “disagree” about the feminist movement and the way they are asking to stop the violence, as they still support reggaetoneros who make misogynist music and violence against their own gender support financially.
“There’s a lot of abuse against women in this era … but on the other hand, the same woman who’s complaining is twerking and loving reggaeton’s misogynist music, so what’s happening? Ah but you let me have my sexual freedom and we will twerk… you say it’s respected and at the same time you like twerking and that they objectify women through a song, where’s the consistency?
“I just wanted to say if you’re wearing that earring we like with natural hair,” “Ah, my goodness. I thought he liked teenagers”, “I don’t like them wearing fake Chinese, I like them with natural entrances” are some of the comments made by netizens on social networks.