J Balvin he has starred in a new scandal in the social networks after sharing a message in your account Twitter where he invited his fans buy some face cloths, which were part of the official merchandise of its new cd production.
But it seems that the users of social networks did not like that J Balvin decided to promote their face cloths when the whole world is scourged by the pandemic of coronavirusbecause I don’t spend much time for the reggaetonero received harsh criticism.
J Balvin was again accused of not showing empathy about the hard situation that occurs on our planet, because previously the reggaetonero published a message that said, “colors virus” an allusion to her new album and the disease caused by the COVID-19.
J Balvin apologizes for what happened
The mask sold by J Balvin at their web page had cost eleven dollars, but the anger of the users of social networks was so great that the colombian singer was forced to delete the tweet and later issued an apology, ensuring that he is not able to make a profit from the coronavirus.
The Tweet about the masks if it came out of my account but it WAS NOT with my consent, as I spoke with the marketing team and if it is very badly made, I offer my apologies.That is not the way in which I act less at a time like this.
— J BALVIN (@JBALVIN)
March 21, 2020
“The tweet about the masks if it came out of my account but it WAS NOT with my consent, as I spoke with the marketing team and if it is very badly made, I offer my apologies. That is not the way I act, the less in such a time as this”, wrote J Balvin.
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Thanks for teaching us how to wash the hands. Idol ����
— ØDIØ (@odiomistweets)
March 21, 2020
But it seems that this apology was not enough for the users of the social networking as there were who said that J Balvin just wanted to wash their hands of this unfortunate moment; other internet users demanded the singer will donate a portion of their earnings to some organizations that are devoted to support those affected by the coronavirus.
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