Bad Bunny highlights among their peers in the genre have come out of the lines and use his public appearances, songs and social networks to protest and raise voice against injustices such as discrimination, domestic violence, or even transphobia. It is therefore not surprising that this 8-deck, International Women’s day, has sent a powerful message to the men to respect women instead of felicitarlas.
“Instead of congratulating you today, stick to it. Respects their abilities, their virtues, their defects, respects your space and your time, their desires, their goals, their dreams, their struggles, respect their body and every one of his decisions. Today and every day, happy day of respect to the woman,” said the Rabbit Bad on Twitter, where this powerful message exceeds 290 thousand ‘likes’ and 117 ‘retweets’.
This message has generated different reactions among the netizens.
Respects your body and every one of his decisions
While some have attacked the artist and believe they should lead by example and change the lyrics of their songs, others have applauded his words as they are in agreement that this day is not to praise women for their gender, but to highlight their lack of rights, freedoms and ask for a total equality as the men.
“Before giving advice you should start to analyze the way in which women are represented in your songs. Quite incongruous one thing and another”, “The lyrics of your music says otherwise. Good comment, but you should take this into account for your songs” or “Then you should change your ways of respecting, supporting the porn industry and the objectification of women”, are some of the criticism it has received in the social network of the pajartio.
On the other hand, Bad Bunny fight for breaking down stereotypes in the reggaeton. In his music videos has been shown to homosexual couples, women of different sizes as protagonists or pintándose nails. In addition, he has spoken out against male violence with the song Just me and on the topic I dirty dancing, single his last album, YHLQMDLG, lance is also a plea for a feminist.
In a recent interview with The Los Angeles Times he expressed that sexuality defines him and said: “I don’t know if in 20 years I will like a man. One never knows in life. But by the time I’m heterosexual and I like women”.