“better not leave your house”

What a clash that was experienced in the program TodayTherefore, its host, Adamari López, did not hold back and explained her point of view to the former publicist of Bad Bunny, vlady gomezdue to what happened recently with a fan to whom he threw his cell phone.

Due to the scandal that this attitude of Bad Bunny caused, the program decided to analyze the behavior of the singer in front of his former publicist vlady gomezHowever, tempers heated up because Adamari López lashed out at the famous.

Yes ok, Adamari Lopezis very loved by her audience, it is also known that she is a woman of character, who never keeps what she really thinks for herself, which is why, on this occasion, she became News for your reaction and comments about Bad Bunny.

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Always public relations, our essential job is to keep the artist in the controversy. He would tell me about his artistic protocol, he always said, keep the public away, whenever possible, when they approach me, always just ask permission and be cautious, ask permission to take a photo or record a video, or do something type of content,” he said.

During the conversation, Adamari López mentioned that the singer’s feelings could be understood, but made it clear that his reaction cannot be justified, because, “How are you going to teach the girl or the whole world that you want them to respect you? if he throws the phone at him?”, he questioned.

After those words, a discussion began in which the Puerto Rican was repeatedly interrupted by Bad Bunny’s former publicist, who did not stop talking and even began to raise the tone of his voice, ensuring that Bad Bunny’s privacy was invaded.

Adamari also the invasion of privacy arose at that moment, the fan approaches and puts the phone in her face, would you like it publicly, Adamari and Penelope, you are public figures, you are a brand at that time permission, a single gesture”.

For her part, the host Penélope Menchaca, seeing that the other two raised their voices, asked Vlady if this scandal affects the famous man’s career and if it would impact him in some way, to which he replied that as long as people talk everything is advertising.

Currently, we all have Bad Bunny on our lips, it helps or it doesn’t help, this did not affect the Bad Bunny brand, at the end of the day publicity is important, keep talking, but talk, “commented Vlady.

After the former publicist continued speaking, Adamari LopezHe had no choice and interrupted Gómez to send a message to the singer after his former publicist’s statements: “Don’t leave your house, Bad Bunny, stay giving a concert, don’t leave your house.”

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Six years working for the publishing house El Debate in Culiacán, Sinaloa and in Mexico City. With experience in covering the health sector, political parties, the presidency, marches and demonstrations, universities and academic sources, science, security, street stories, city figures, culture and entertainment. As a correspondent in Mexico City, I cover all news of national relevance, as well as various topics of interest to the Tercer Piso section, information published in the print edition of the newspaper and on the website debate.com.mx. Contribution to the company’s digital content with live broadcasts for the Facebook platform on the EL DEBATE account. Until now, in my time at EL DEBATE, I have managed to obtain the 2018 National Journalism Award in the interview category, the 2015 Journalism and Competitiveness Award granted by the Council for Economic Development of Sinaloa (Codesin) for my collaboration in the work journalistic “Profit with public property” by journalist Luis Enrique Moreno. I was also awarded a scholarship by the Universidad Iberoamericana of Mexico City in its journalistic specialization program Press and Democracy (PRENDE) 2017 and by the Center for Economic Research and Teaching, AC (CIDE) in its Diploma in Investigative Journalism 2019. I am a graduate from the Bachelor of Communication and Journalism from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

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