Bad Bunny broke the silence and referred to the complaint of sexual abuse against Jesús Hernández "Chucheto", with whom he had a collaboration in the music video for the song "Who are you?", And who is also part of his team.
Through social networks, complaints were made against Hernández for sexual harassment and abuse of a young woman who he allegedly took advantage of when he was drunk.
After the accusations, several users pointed to and labeled Bad Bunny to refer to what happened, while others indicated him as an accomplice.
Given this, "The bad rabbit", who recently published the clip of "I perreo alone", where the feminist slogans "Not one less" and "Women command" appear, resorted to his Twitter account to address the situation with a statement in which he expressed his position on the serious accusations.
"The first thing I say is that they continue exposing everyone without fear, never remain silent, if they feel that way. I admire their courage and strength because I understand that it is not easy, and believe me, if I say that I understand them, it is because I understand them" , the interpreter began.
"It shocked me too much to see my name out there, although I know it was with the intention that I find out, but sooner or later I was going to find out and of course I will take action," he continued.
"In my personal life and work team there is no room for these behaviors and what has to be done will be done. While others, I long ago took away from my circle for other reasons. Still, it hurts to know all this" he mentioned.
Benito assured that it was not easy for him to find out through social networks that people who are close to him have such behaviors. The reggaeton player has been characterized for raising his voice against feminicides and for breaking with gender roles and stereotypes.
"It is not easy to find out on Twitter that people who have been close to you do this kind of thing, things that I try to fight with or at least contribute a bit, despite the stereotype of the musical genre I play," says another part. of the text.
The singer made it clear that each person's actions are individual, and as far as he is concerned, he is calm to know what kind of person he is.
"It makes me very uncomfortable to see my name hanging around these issues. It is not fair, my hand is very, very far from all this," said the singer of the accusation.
"These things are delicate and you have to be responsible when making an accusation. You have to do them! Of course they do! Firmly, but with a lot of responsibility of never involving third parties that do not even have the remote existence of said event ", said.
Finally, the artist sent a hug to his fans and strength to women who have been victims of any type of violence.
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