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J Balvin Calls Out Venezuelan President in Latest Music Video Featuring De La Ghetto

J Balvin Calls Out Venezuelan President in Latest Music Video Featuring De La Ghetto

PHOTO CREDIT: Rodrigo Varela / Stringer

A new Latin trap collab has stormed the internet. Late last week J. Balvin, De La Ghetto, Bad Bunny and others released their newest single “Dime” along with a music video for it. 

The song and video have since garnered a lot of attention for being seen as contraversial. In the video,  J. Balvin is seen showing his middle finger and directing it toward Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro while he sings the line “Tell him that I’m here for anything. He has Maduro’s attitude, so keep that burro”. 

This is not the first time J. Balvin has voiced his opinion at Maduro. During the 2017 Latin Music Awards held in the Dominican Republic Balvin used his platform to send a message. More recently, Blavin has also taken to instagram to share breif snippets of videos calling Maduro out and captioning them with middle finger emojis as well. 

 

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