The fame and popularity that the Puerto Rican singer Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, better known artistically as Bad Bunny, has gained in recent years is impressive, since he has not only become known for his music, but also for his peculiar way of dressing and show her taste for genderless fashion, as she demonstrated by posing in a wedding dress for the American magazine Harper’s Bazaar.
The interpreter of I behave pretty has been part of inclusion and gender diversity by dressing in heels and dress, something that, apparently, is among the reasons why she has been granted the right to commemorate her official day or at least that was the case for this mayor of United States, who recently unveiled Bad Bunny Day.
Through a statement, the mayor of the city of Boston, in Massachusetts, United States, Michelle Wu, announced that in order to honor the Puerto Rican artist for being a singer who impacts millions of people with his music, by his messages of inclusion and his activism that seeks to break with the stereotypes imposed by society, he chose August 18 as “Bad Bunny Day”.
The decision of the mayor of Boston to commemorate the official day of Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio arose from the positive influence that the reggaeton player has had on the Latino community in the United States, for which the president, who also declared fan of the Puerto Rican, appeared on networks with a document in his hand, where he officially certifies the day of the beloved “Bad Rabbit”.
The Mayor of Boston (@MayorWu) welcomed @San Benito at the Fenway Park and officially declared August 18th as the Bad Bunny Day in the city of Boston. 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/oiisQCeWvN
— Access Bad Bunny ☀️🌊❤️ (@AccessBadBunny) August 19, 2022
The Mayor of Boston (@MayorWu) welcomed @sanbenito to Fenway Park and officially declared August 18 as Bad Bunny Day in the city of Boston.
Michelle Wu took advantage of the fact that on August 18, the interpreter of Party offered a concert at Fenway Park to announce that from then on and every August 18 Bad Bunny Day will be celebrated, just eight days after the artist’s birthday.
The city is proud to honor those who, through dedication and excellence, contribute significantly to the well-being of the Latino community. It has revolutionized not only music, but also fashion by challenging gender stereotypes that dictate how we dress as people… Boston is a diverse and inclusive city built on community and creative self-expression. In that spirit, our city recognizes the impact that artists, like Bad Bunny, have on our present and future as a city.
– Official document that officially certifies Bad Bunny Day
Excited by the news, the president of Boston posted on Twitter a photograph of the moment next to the Puerto Rican singer, to which the fans of the interpreter of Titi asked me reacted with messages of support for the mayor’s decision, while a few others expressed their disagreement after said statement.