The mayor of Boston, Michelle Wu, has declared August 18th as “Bad Bunny Day“, reported the media outlet El Planeta Boston. The festivity was decreed by the mayor of the city with a document signed by her that certifies it.
Given so much success, a city in the United States, specifically Boston, already has a specific day of the year to celebrate the life of the 28-year-old singer.
The decision made generated mixed feelings both on networks and in the city itself, however, it is a fact that the mayor, in addition to being an admirer of the artist, recognizes that he “has contributed greatly to the well-being of the Latino community“.
The way we really have Bad Bunny day in Boston ? Puerto Rican festival boutta go crazy next year pic.twitter.com/SbYxqf9dEz
— Ghetto Guru (@haitiannathan) August 19, 2022
The interpreter of great hits such as “Titi me preguntó” and “Me porto bonito” has not officially commented on the decision made by Wu, who also considers that Bad Bunny has done a good job with gender and inclusion issues through his music.
Bad Bunny for his part, has given something to talk about for his successful tour so far, as well as the inauguration of his restaurant ‘Gekko‘ in Miami, together with the renowned and successful businessman David Grutman.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu has officially declared August 18 as 'Bad Bunny Day' in the city. pic.twitter.com/b7auXZxPlK
— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) August 21, 2022