AMLO asks Bad Bunny to give a new concert in Mexico, but for free

December 15, 2022, 8:17 AM

December 15, 2022, 8:17 AM

The most valued reggaeton artist of the moment received an atypical request on Wednesday from Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO). The president’s proposal to Bad Bunny is about offer a free concert in the Zócalo. This, after the controversy over the complaints of cancellation and falsification of tickets at his show in Mexico City (CDMX) on December 9.

“To tell him that it gave us a lot of sadness to see sad young people who could not enter, because they cloned their tickets, because they cheated on them, some crying,” said López Obrador, in time to extend the request to the Puerto Rican, remarking that he considers him a “sensitive” person.

“It would have to be a collaboration of himwe take care of the stage and the lights, of course, not so spectacular because I was seeing how it turned out there in the Azteca (stadium), “said the president.

With his concert in CDMX, the Puerto Rican star ended his successful tour where he sang all the songs from his most recent album ‘Un verano sin ti’. Unfortunately, on that date, Ticketmaster was accused of duplicate Tickets, leaving hundreds of fans out of the event.

So far, the artist has not responded to the president’s request.

According to the music magazine Billboard, the 81 shows that ‘Bad Rabbit’ gave during his tour generated a gigantic income of 434.9 million dollars, making him the first Latino with the highest number reached by his musical tours.