What did León Larregui say about Bad Bunny’s music? – The Sun of Mexico

Since reggaeton and later the urban genre took over the charts, many musicians have reviled this type of music, and the latest chapter in this confrontation was starred by Zoé’s controversial vocalist, León Larregui, who launched himself against the Bad Bunny’s music through his Twitter account.

It was Sunday morning when the Mexican singer criticized the Puerto Rican’s music by sharing an article where the Spanish newspaper El Mundo reported that all the songs on his album were among the most listened to in the world.

The vocalist and leader of Zoé accompanied the article with a message in which he described the Bad Rabbit’s music as a “rehash of ignorance” designed by capitalism for its consumption.

The publication immediately generated a heated discussion among users of the social network, both for and against the statements of the Mexican singer.

The controversy was such that Larregui later deleted the publication, but the users continued to share the screenshots they had already taken. It is worth mentioning that Bad Bunny did not respond to the Mexican’s comment.

This is not the first confrontation that occurs between a Mexican singer and a reggaeton exponent, just a few weeks ago Cristian Nodal and J Balvin held an exchange of statements on social networks, which even ended with a tiradera by the regional singer.