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Resident and Bad Bunny discuss social problems with the governor of Puerto Rico

The Puerto Rican urban artists Residente and Bad Bunny were received today by the Governor of Puerto Rico, Ricardo Rosselló, with the intention of talking with him about various social issues that concern them and that affect the island, especially crime and education.

This is clear from a photo published by René Pérez -Residente- in his Twitter account and Instagram, where he appears with Benito Martínez -Bad Bunny- in La Fortaleza, headquarters of the Puerto Rican Executive, in Old San Juan.

The image was downloaded by Resident, after he and Bad Bunny were together for several hours in El Viejo San Juan, and took the opportunity to walk to La Fortaleza in the early hours of the morning, but several policemen guarding the historic building, notified them that the governor was sleeping.

“Without sleeping we managed to enter the fortress to talk about options for how to solve the crime on the island, education, the fiscal control board, the audit, the debt and we won a coffee.” Thank you, thank you for opening the doors to listen to us @sanbenito “Resident wrote.

Crime is one of the issues that most worries Puerto Ricans, because at the moment, there have been 24 murders so far this year, although this figure is much lower than those that occurred for the same date last year of 35.

However, several of those 24 murders occurred during the day, specifically one on January 6 in the tourist sector of Isla Verde in Carolina, an area adjacent to San Juan, where a group of young people staged a shooting, in which he died. one person and another was injured.

Another of those murders occurred in the San Juan sector of Puerto Nuevo, where unknown people murdered a man who later turned out to be Richard Báez Vázquez, the contracting agent for the Farruko reggaeton company, Carbon Fiber Music.

Also, due to the great concern of the citizens, a group of urban artists have joined in a campaign against violence. (EFEUSA) .-

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