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Bad Bunny in his second concert: “They don’t shut my mouth”

the international star bad bunny Last night he performed his second performance of the concert “A summer without you” in the Jose Miguel Agrelot Coliseum of Puerto Rico with the integration of new artists and affirmed that no one is going to shut him up about the issues that affect the country.

At the concert on Friday night, the Puerto Rican interpreter young miko He debuted on the platform of the Bad Rabbit, thus being one of the best moments of the show that lasted three and a half hours, according to the videos broadcast on social networks. The new exponent managed to turn on the audience.

Young Miko has become known for her first EP, “Trap Kitty”, available on all digital platforms.

In the first function, the interpreter of “Despues de la playa” had almost a dozen guest artists that included Chencho Corleone, Tommy TorresJhay Cortez, Tony Dize, Villano Antillano, Buscabulla, Bomba Estereo, The Marias, Arcangel and Jowell and Randy. ANDThe latter were responsible for provoking a frenzy in the audience.

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In the first show on Thursday, the most listened to Latin singer on the Spotify platform made a direct claim to the government of Puerto Rico, to the protection of our beaches and sent a message to the company LUMA Energy, in charge of the operation and services of the country’s power grid.

Your claim to the government and LUMA

“We have many obstacles on top of us. We have a government on top of us screwing up our lives day after day. The worst electrical system. I do a tour around the world and the only place where when I go to perform I have to put about 15 power plants is here, because I can’t trust the electrical system of Puerto Rico. LUMA for the face… Pierluisi, all the mamab… who think they own the country for the face… too. The country belongs to us and we are the ones in control. I believe in this generation. I want to live here forever with you. The beaches are ours too. You have to defend them, take care of them”, said the artist before ending the show with the songs “El apagon” and “Despues de la playa”.

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In the second function, according to videos broadcast on social networks by concertgoers, Bad Bunny reaffirmed his expressions with a message to the audience.

You have to show that you are enough brave men and women who want this country to succeed and want to live here forever and fulfill your dreams if you have to leave here. We’ve been doing the same thing for decades. Voting for the same guy… who want to control us and shut us up. They don’t shut my mouth”, assured the artist, while the public shouted the word “mamab…” in reference to Governor Pedro Pierluisi so that Bad Bunny would repeat it.

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The artist did not join the chorus, but immediately added that “don’t do that. I didn’t say mamab… to him, well I did say mamab… to him, but not only to him but to all the scumbags… who are taking advantage of the country”.

The international star performs tonight in his third performance to conclude his concerts on the island.

Bad Bunny made history on Thursday by broadcasting the concert live on the Telemundo channel and in 13 places around the island that were packed with thousands of people. It was the biggest ‘party’ in Puerto Rico.

Similarly, on Thursday night a new attendance record at the Puerto Rico Coliseum with 18,749 people. The number exceeded the group Metallica with an attendance of 17,870 people at his concert held on October 26, 2016 at the Hato Rey venue.

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