Urban music singer Bad Bunny attacked the government again during his third and final performance of Un Verano sin Ti concert at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico.
Benito Martínez Ocasio, the artist’s first name, admitted that using profanity against other people was “lack of respect,” but he listed those he felt were being committed against the country.
“My family taught me to have respect, to respect people, but also to show respect for myself. And I get it, I’m aware that saying mam^&$%[email protected] to someone is disrespectful…” he said in a speech that lasted about seven minutes.
During the first performance, televised via Telemundo, the interpreter attacked LUMA Energy, against Governor Pedro Pierluisi and against the government.
“You know what’s also disrespectful? The eviction of many Puerto Ricans who have to leave here in Puerto Rico is disrespectful. It’s disrespectful that Puerto Rico goes without electricity every day… And nobody tells me about it because I live here,” he explained.
He also claimed that “teachers’ salaries, policemen’s salaries are a lack of respect, that’s a lack of respect. It is disrespectful that schools remain closed year after year.”
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However, he assured: “I don’t want to be the most revolutionary, I don’t want to be the most rebellious … This is not about political ideals, this is about dignity and respect.”
“You inspire artists. Don’t wait for anybody, don’t wait for an artist to say it, an artist to call. You have the power, you have the power. They are the ones who inspire us, I want you to know and be clear about it,” added Martínez Ocasio.
Finally, he expressed that “they can turn off the light, but they will never turn off the brightness, they will never turn off our voice.”
Following his presentation day at Choliseo, his new World’s Hottest Tour begins August 5th in Orlando, Florida and runs through December 9th in Mexico City.
The new tour includes stops in Atlanta, Miami, Boston, Chicago, Washington, New York and Los Angeles, but also extends to the Dominican Republic, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, El Salvador, and Honduras Guatemala. among other.
Meanwhile, the singer is excited to record his fourth studio album, Ein Sommer ohne dich, which includes 23 unreleased songs and multiple collaborations.
Co-produced with Mag and Tainy, the proposal navigates between reggaeton, dembow, mambo and merengue, surfacing with influences from reggae, pop, indie, rock and afrobeats.
Among the songs, “Me Porto Bonito” with Chencho Corleone, “Tarot” with Jhayco, “Andrea” with Buscabulla and “La Corriente” with Tony Dize stand out. It also includes collaborations such as “Party” with Rauw Alejandro, “Ojitos Lindos” with Bomba Estéreo and “Otro Atardecer” with The Marias.
Moscow Mule, After the Beach, Titi Asked Me, A Little While, Neverita, Effect, Downpour, Teach Me to Dance, Two Thousand 16, The blackout”, “Un coco”, “I went on vacation”, “Agosto”, “Callaíta” and “A summer without you”, which gives the album its name, complete the offer.
On the other hand, the Puerto Rican is gearing up to fight Brad Pitt in the movie Bullet Train, directed by David Leitch, which hits theaters August 4.
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