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J. Balvin apologizes for “Perra” music video following criticism – .

J. Balvin apologizes for “Perra” music video following criticism – .

J. Balvin apologized for his music video for “Perra”, which many fans found offensive.

J. Balvin apologized to his fans on Instagram on Sunday for his recent music video, “Perra,” which many found offensive for its portrayal of black women. After the backlash, Balvin deleted the video from YouTube.

“I want to apologize to anyone who felt offended, especially the black community,” Balvin said in an Instagram story posted Sunday. “It’s not who I am. I am talking about tolerance, love and inclusion. I also like supporting new artists, in this case Tokischa, a woman who supports her people, her community and who also empowers women. “

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Balvin also explained his decision to remove the video, calling it a “form of respect.”

“Out of respect, I deleted the video eight days ago,” Balvin said. “But because the criticism has continued, I am here to make a statement. “

The controversial video showed Balvin walking black women on a leash while they were wearing dog ears.

He also apologized directly to his mother: “Mom, I’m sorry too. Life is getting better every day. Thank you for listening to me. “

Her mother had expressed her own complaints about the video broadcast on Colombian news channel Cosmovisión: “When I found out [about ‘Perra’], I called him … [and asked], ‘Where is the Josésito that I know?’ “, did she say. “This song isn’t… I don’t even know what to say. I haven’t seen my José anywhere. “



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