Bad Bunny, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Ricky Martin address Puerto Rico controversy




Bad Bunny is throwing his assist behind these demonstrating in direction of Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló, Billboard experiences.
Rosselló is rejecting calls to step down after the leak of a complete lot of derisive and offensive private chat messages amongst himself and members of his inside circle. Protesters have taken to the streets in newest days after nearly 900 pages from the messaging app Telegram have been revealed by The Center for Investigative Journalism.

Bad Bunny posted motion pictures on his Instagram account addressing the matter.

“I live in Puerto Rico, my family lives in Puerto Rico, my friends,” he talked about. “What happens in Puerto Rico matters to me.”

It’s merely part of the fallout from the controversy that’s rocked the US territory.

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Disparaging remarks have been made throughout the chats in regards to the singer and actor Ricky Martin throughout the scandal that some have dubbed “RickyLeaks.”

Vulgar references to the Puerto Rican star’s sexuality have been made by Christian Sobrino Vega, who was Puerto Rico’s chief fiscal officer on the time, and Rosselló’s guide on the federal board chargeable for managing Puerto Rico’s financial catastrophe.

“Nothing says patriarchal oppression like Ricky Martin,” Sobrino Vega wrote. “Ricky Martin is such a male chauvinist that he f—- men because women don’t measure up. Pure patriarchy.”

Martin has condemned the remarks and known as for Rosselló’s resignation.

Martin on Tuesday tweeted a video of himself throughout which he wrote, in Spanish, “See you tomorrow at the march at 5 pm in front of the Capitol.”

“Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, who can also be talked about throughout the chats, tweeted Tuesday in response to a question regarding the behind-the-scenes workings of the manufacturing in January of the hit musical in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to elevate money for Hurricane Maria restoration.

“#HamiltonPR was a triumph. We did what we set out to do: raised 15 million for arts on the island, gave the tourism economy a boost—AND we rebuilt the UPR theater,” Miranda tweeted. “While the governor and his buddies tried to claim some credit for it in their sad little chat.”




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