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Becky G speaks out after ruling on abortion in the United States: “Women’s rights are human rights”

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Concerned about the social problems of the United States and Mexico, the singer Becky G arrived on Tuesday in Mexican territory, where he will present the MTV Miaw Awardswith a message in favor of the regulation of weapons, abortion and its Latin roots.

“I do try every day to practice (Spanish) and get involved in the problems of our communities and, as I said, I always identified more with the Mexican flag instead of the United States and it was because I knew that the system was never made in our favor, although (USA) was a place that gave us many opportunities”, responded to Eph at a press conference.

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After a long season away from the land of her grandparents due to the pandemic, the interpreter of Greater She assured that the forced pause generated by the coronavirus made her stop her life to get closer to her community and its problems.

For this reason, shootings like the one in Texas in May, or the most recent in Chicago during the July 4 celebration, afflict her greatly, and she considered that it is urgent that the authorities do something.

“What we deserve is gun regulation”, assured the 25-year-old singer, whose birth name is Rebecca Marie Gomez (Inglewood, 1997).

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“It hurts me a lot what happened in Texas in a 100% Latino community and in the way they handled the situation, there are many things we should talk about (…) there are people who are dying”Becky deepened.

The singer, who has fought to break the paradigms by which women are judged in the music industry and in society since her first album bad saint (2019), also offered his perspective about the recent Supreme Court ruling that revoked the constitutional right to abortion in the United States.

“The rights of women are human rights, and the same with the rights of immigrants (…) I would say to men who know a woman affected by these laws that they should educate themselves to learn how to work together, because it is a human rights problem.” he asserted.

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In his most recent work schemesher second studio album, Becky, who began her artistic career at the age of 9, demonstrated her versatility when making music, with varied sounds, styles and themes that reinforce female diversity.

However, he confessed that he still needs to explore social issues in his songs.

“I would tell women that they can express their message in any way and that they can achieve it, I do it with my music, but also outside of my music. Sometimes they think that the value of an artist’s voice is in singing funny things, but I have much more to say “commented.

He doesn’t believe Daddy Yankee

Finally, the young woman assured that she does not believe in the withdrawal of the reggaeton icon daddy yankeewho is about to start his “Legendaddy” farewell tour.

“He is the father of reggaeton, the king, he has been very nice to me, from the beginning he supported me and Natti (Natasha), he is a very special man. I don’t believe him (retirement), he will never stop “he mentioned between laughs. (AND)

Source: Eluniverso

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