Bad Bunny has been back from his appendix surgery for about a month now, and well he’s on the spotlight and target for criticism. El Conejo Malo has been receiving criticism for being considered composer of the year, the way her talks about president Donald Trump, Puerto Rico, racial discrimination and police violence in United States. Others say he’s being criticized for not spoken out enough during the height of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Over the weekend Bad Bunny responded to all the criticism and hatred towards him. To all this Bad Bunny decided to respond back with a song. In his new track, called ‘Compositor del Año’ (Composer of the Year), Bad Bunny is opening about the ongoing social issues that have been center stage. He also addressed important issues including racism, immigration, the importance of voting, and his support for Biden, among other topics.
Some of the lyrics in the song express that “2020 and racism is worse than COVID” and having “a president mamabicho”. Bad Bunny has a clear message for the haters, expressing that there are more important issues going on in the world, than criticizing the achievements of a singer.
Last week, Bad Bunny was seen at the State Elections Commission, in San Juan, Puerto Rico to get register as a voter. Later on his social media, Bad Bunny urged young people also do so to go to the polls on November 3, Election Day generals on the island. Also recently, Bad Bunny and Alejandro Fernández joined to help boost the campaign of the Democratic candidate for the United States Presidency, Joe Biden.