This Radio Interview Got Heated When A Host Tried To Tell Becky G That Her Lyrics Should Not Be Sexual
Things got tense between Becky G and a radio host during a radio interview for “El Zol” in Miami. Becky G was invited to talk about her hit “Mayores” and when they started to discuss the meaning behind the lyrics, one of the radio show hosts started to push back about her suggestive lyrics, but Becky G did not stay calladita…
Becky G is asked to explain the lyrics in her new single “Mayores,” specifically this verse:
I like them bigger / So that they won’t fit in my mouth / The kisses he wants to give me / That will drive me crazy
Becky G doesn’t shy away and explains that this part of the song has a double meaning and does state that she likes men who are bigger.
One of the radio hosts mentions that there are some men who disapprove of women who express themselves sexually.
This leaves Becky G a little confused, but she responds with a powerful argument.
Becky G points out that many male singers have sexually explicit lyrics. She references Enrique Iglesias’ song, “Duele el Corazon,” in which part of the lyrics state: “Solo en tu boca yo quiero acabar.” Becky G argues that if male musicians can have sexual references in their lyrics, women should be able to do the same.
The host says “la mujer tiene que respetarse y darse a respetar.”
Oh heeeeellll no! She was not going to let a comment like that slide — and we wouldn’t either.
Franco, the radio host, continues to build his argument as to why women should not express themselves sexually, but Becky G does not stay quiet.
Her face says it all. Try again, Franco.
Check out how Becky G defends her rights as a woman and as a musician in the full video clip below:
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