Bad Bunny received a retaliatory strike from Maluma

11.19.2019     /     News author: Oksana

Bad Bunny received a retaliatory strike from Maluma
© Instagram / Bad Bunny
Singer Anuel AA had caused great controversy among fans of the urban genre after sharing part of the remix of the musical single “Ganga” by Bryant Myers, in which there are also artists such as Mike Towers, Bad Bunny, Farruko, Sech, Dalex and Jhay Cortez

The controversy arose after the Puerto Rican launched in his speech the phrase: "Never flow Maluma, always Real G".

The unexpected pulla was for many a clear evidence of the bad relationship that singers have.

Immediately memes were generated and even hashtag about it, but everything took even more force when Bad Bunny tweeted the same phrase.

However, despite the fact that the Paisa singer had stayed out of the situation, he was recently questioned about it in an interview with Soy Molusco for Instagram where he confessed that he does not understand why they say it and asked the singers to explain the reason for the who interpreted that phrase that involved him.

"I don't care, but I don't know why they did it. I'm still confused. I want Bad Bunny or Anuel to call me and tell me you know? Never flow Maluma, always real G, for this ...", he said.

And I add that he doesn't feel they have any conflict on the part.

"I was saying - Will it be that this bastard takes me in the bad? If I have not done anything to him. Bad Bunny I have not done anything ... Anyway, I appreciate them," he said.

For its part, the remix was released a few days ago and now available on all digital platforms.

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