Madrid (EFE) their networks some false photos of the naked Catalan singer.
“JC Reyes, hopefully one day we will meet in person and I can explain it to you. So we would see how brave and funny you are. A woman IS RESPECTED, whoever she is, wherever she comes from. There are too many fools in this industry; but, @rosalia, artists like you, very few ”, Naranjo has written on his Twitter profile in the last few hours.
The number of supporters has been growing since Rosalía herself came up with the publication of those edited photos to make it appear as if she was showing her bare chest and declared: “Going to look for clout (influence) disrespecting and sexualizing someone is a type of violence and it’s disgusting but doing it for 4 plays of + what gives is a shame ”.
They were not his only words in this regard, since shortly after he insisted on his criticism of this type of behavior with another extensive comment on his Twitter profile that received a heart from Rigoberta Bandini as a reply.
“A woman’s body is not public property, it is not a commodity for your marketing strategy. Those photos were edited and you created a false narrative around when I don’t even know you. There is something called consent and all of you who found it funny or plausible I sincerely hope that one day you learn that you come from a woman, that women are sacred and that we must be respected. Bye ”, she has written.
One of the first to join his position was his countrywoman Aitana, who endorsed those words through a retweet to which he added the following message: “Clearer impossible.”
“Nothing more than he was expressing what he felt. It was not for you to get upset in that way, ”explained the promoter of the controversy in the middle of a direct on his social networks, in which he argued that “the girl only sees her cleavage” and that the assembly had been carried out using Photoshop.
Faced with these words, one of the most visceral in her response has been India Martínez. “All my support to @rosalia!! Of course editing a photo and sexualizing a woman in that disgusting way is a type of violence!!! And nobody has the right to that. Networks and values are getting out of hand. More respect!”, the Andalusian has demanded.
Beatriz Luengo has also joined the list of supports, who has asked for “respect” for the author of “El mal querer”: “Queen Rosalía sitting down. My dear, neither case, with ‘artificial intelligence’ will come ‘artificial bullshit’ as well”.