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Bad Bunny Tweets In Defense Of LGBTQ Community In Response To Don Omar’s Homophobic Tweet

There have long been conversations about the rampant homophobia portrayed in reggaeton and Latin trap. Artists like Bad Bunny are changing that narrative by embracing the gender spectrum and giving queer Latin trap fans a place to enjoy the music without the derogatory undertones. However, recent events show that the genre and the main players of the reggaeton world still have a long way to go. Here’s a little bit about the last few weeks in reggaeton and how the conversations about homophobia in the genre have been reenergized.

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