Wisin apologized for his songs: “Our lyrics were not aimed at making women great”

The reggaeton singer Wisin apologized to the public for the lyrics of his songs at the beginning of his career, because they did not enlarge the female figure, but on the contrary. Likewise, the Puerto Rican referred to the cases of femicide that are registered in the world.

“At the beginning of the reggaeton boom due to immaturity, our lyrics were not aimed at making women great in many ways and one learns from mistakes, “said the Uttan interpreter in the YouTube Originals series” Bravas “, in which he participates.

In that sense, the reggaeton Wisin highlighted the work of women in the music industry. “Today Natti Natasha, Becky G, Karol G and Jennifer Lopez represent what millions of women can become “added.

Further, Juan Luis Morera Luna, original name of the singer, was concerned about the number of registered femicides in Latin America and called for the sanctions to be more severe. “Justice in Puerto Rico must be stricter with this type of case, I cannot understand how today it has not been eradicated, “he said.

There are things that we must attack head on, we cannot allow a girl to be kidnapped or to disappear and up to two days later the search begins because you are giving 48 hours to people who have no scruples to do whatever they want with them, “he said. Wisin.

As is known, for years, the urban genre of objectifying women through their lyrics and at some point promote the violence towards them.


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