Bad Bunny was angry: "I'm not giving interviews anymore"

Bad Bunny was angry: "I'm not giving interviews anymore"

The last appearance of the controversial singer was with Dominican youtuber Santiago Matías, a week ago.

It is not known why he was bothered, but some believe that Bad Bunny was disappointed with the media after his statements to the Spanish newspaper El Pais.

This past Friday, the reggaetonero posted on his social media that "I will not give interviews again" and that phrase is generating a lot of speculation.

Before the end of 2021, the Puerto Rican sat down with several influencers and "Internet content generators" to talk about his music and even his private life.

But the extensive statements he had with the newspaper El Pais have made some believe that is why he became "sick" of the media.

In that publication he said that "we have to break that that the gringos are gods... Not papi". Perhaps the headline of that article made him uncomfortable, to the point of not continuing to talk to journalists.

"I am not a musician. I consider a musician to be the person who plays a musical instrument, I don't play any because of life's tragedies, but I am not going to leave the world without doing so" he assured the Spanish media.

In the newspaper's extensive interview you can read that "no one tempts me to sing in English, because you already know the answer. I have performed with Drake, with Cardi B, with Jennifer Lopez, but in Spanish. The tendency I see in Latin America to idolize American stars drives me crazy."

The last appearance of the controversial singer was with Dominican youtuber Santiago Matias, a week ago. It seems that the most listened to artist on Spotify will only be seen from his own cell phone, showing his material to his 29 million followers.

It seems that Bad Bunny didn't feel like it with the conversation he had with the youtuber, and that's why he decided to inform on his social media, that he wasn't going to offer more interviews. It's time to wait and see if it will be a definitive decision, or will it be a temporary "break" with the press.

Alejandro Peña

Journalist, broadcaster and creative editor+ info

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