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Not everything was rosy during the visit of Ozuna to Dominican territory, as he experienced an episode of terror during urban festivals, popularly known as “teteos”, a term that became popular as of 2020.
And it is that through platforms such as Instagram and Twitter several audiovisuals were broadcast in which the Puerto Rican reggaeton player can be seen visibly affected by tear gas that were released during the event.
This was a completely different look than the one experienced a few minutes before, when Ozuna was dancing, smiling, surrounded by the public and protected by his security team on 42nd Street in Ensanche Capotillo, in the National District.
Sheathed in jeans and a white shirt, the interpreter of hits like “Te boté” and “El Farsante” made his way out of the crowd and surrounded by his security team while coughing and trying to recover his vision.
The event did not take long to go viral on social networks and set off alarms among Ozuna’s followers, who did not take long to express their concern for him.
For this reason, Ozuna turned to his digital platforms to speak positively about it and even ensure that he had fun. Of course, not without first blaming the manager of the rapper Tokischa, Raimi Paulus and the CEO of Alofoke Media Group, Santiago Matías, for what happened.
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