Reactions continue for the concerts of Daddy Yankee at the National Stadium, held this week amid excesses inside and outside the venue.
The big boss shook Chile with three concerts for his last tour called The last turn. This, before he makes his definitive retirement from music effective.
The classics, the lights, the dance and the joy of Daddy Yankee on stage failed to hide the chaos that was experienced in the venue located in Ñuñoa where assaults, robberies and even people who entered the show by force, without having a valid ticket, were recorded.
Especially what happened with Daddy Yankee in Chile, opined now patty maldonado. He did so through his web program The Indomitables.
There, he targeted the fans of reggaeton, owner of classics like The gasand questioned the realization of a statue in his honor. The monument was inaugurated this week and presented to Daddy Yankee in person.
Paty Maldonado, mercilessly for the Big Boss shows
“Daddy Yankee is the idol of the flaiterío, with all due respect. If they can have the idols they want. I want to say something that has nothing to do with the recital because the truth is that I don’t give a damn…”, started the opinologist.
Also, Paty Maldonado made reference to the statue of Daddy Yankee: “They are going to make a monument to him. Fantastic, I think he has been one of the most successful reggaeton players around the world, in the market. In my opinion, to what extent does imbecility go? I want to use a word, but I don’t have it in my head right now. How do you make a monument or statue to a man who, it seems to me, located?. Okey perfect”.
Along the same lines, he added: “I want to tell you that Lucho Gatica was the Chilean and Latin American singer who crossed all the borders of the world, including the Anglo-Saxons and Europe. Listen to me well the Chilean singers who believe death and who say ‘I’m the best’”.
“In the time ofand Lucho Gatica had to sing, had to record, had to sell records. So an individual who takes the bolero to the great halls of the world, doesn’t he deserve a statue in Rancagua? Or Zalo Reyes in Conchalí ”, she questioned.
And to finish, Paty Maldonado launched without filters in her web program: “I have nothing against Mr. Daddy Yankee. There is reggaeton that I like very much… I cannot deny that there is music that is good as there is another that is disgustingly bad, but sometimes we think of our people.