Mexico.- The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador invited the Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny to sing for free in the Zócalo in Mexico City, after several people could not enter his concerts in this country.
López Obrador spoke about what happened a few weeks ago during his morning conference, for which he asked the interpreter of “Tití asked me” to consider the possibility of offering a concert in the Zócalo, since it caused him feelings of seeing hundreds of sad young people for not be able to enter
“This Bad Bunny thing is a very serious matter, I take this opportunity to say it, because he is a supportive people, he Bad Bunny, I have a history of his performance in Puerto Rico and he is sensitive and to tell him that it gave us a lot of feeling to see sad young people who do not They were able to enter because their tickets were cloned, because they were fraudulent.
“Some crying because they saved for a long time to be able to buy their tickets,” said the president about what happened with the tickets to enter the concerts in Monterrey and the capital of the country, which were cloned and personnel trained to give access prevented them the pass and even tore up the tickets.
“I know he is tired, but I ask him to consider the possibility of him coming to the Zócalo. We can’t pay him, it would have to be his collaboration. We take care of the stage and the lights, of course, not so spectacular… because I saw that he flew off a palm tree and that’s not possible here. We can put a zip line on it, we can put that one on it,” added the president of Mexico.
The request comes after Bad Bunny assured that he will take all of 2023 to rest and have peace of mind, after a year full of work, since the tour that ended in Mexico took him to visit Latin America and the United States, in addition to having other participations in cinema and undertook a facet as an entrepreneur by opening his own restaurant.
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