Bad Bunny receives strong criticism on social networks after launching a fan’s cell phone | farandula-celebs-twitter-puerto rico-news | SHOWS

Various opinions circulate on social networks after the viral video of Bad Bunny where the Puerto Rican can be seen walking down a street surrounded by members of his team and his security personnel, when a fan approaches him to take a photo with him. Instantly, the urban singer takes the cell phone out of his hands and throws it into the water.

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After a few moments of confusion, the person who recorded the video is heard saying: “Really?”, stunned. However, despite the event, one of those present in the crowd is heard commenting: “Come on Benito, we love you whatever.”

Bad Bunny threw the cell phone of a fan who tried to take a picture with him

This event has generated a controversial debate between those who criticize the attitude of the popular ‘Bad Rabbit’ and those who blame the girl for not respecting the artist’s privacy.

On his Twitter account, Bad Bunny reacted to the criticism by indicating that they should respect him, or else “I’ll treat him the same way.”

The person who comes up to me to say hello, to tell me something, or just to meet me, will always receive my attention and respect. Those who come to put a phone bastard in my face I will consider it for what it is, a lack of respect and I will treat it likewise”, wrote the artist.

The singer’s response drew strong criticism from fans who were discussing this behavior.

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It must be immensely demanding to be this famous, and I’m sure the continual expectation will be exhausting. But when one is doing well, life tests the ego and pride. Justifying yourself like this, without empathy and review, is failing your exam”, reads one of the most popular comments.

On the other hand, other users defended the Puerto Rican attitude, stressing that they must respect their privacy.

“Look people this is simple. Respect and everything goes well. Common sense. Artist or not, be aware that we are all the same. Maybe throwing away the phone wasn’t the best idea, but do you know what it’s like to have your space invaded 24/7? Much respect and love has been given to ALL OF YOU”, read a message of support.

Likewise, the Puerto Rican’s publication had a great impact: more than 300,000 likes and around 19,000 comments.