Bad Gyal will collaborate with an LGTB + association after controversial duo with Kafu Banton
GAYLES.TV.- Rectifying on time is a victory. It seems that Bad Gyal has heard criticism from the collective LGTB + after the launch of «You are a bom bom ». The remix made in collaboration with El Guincho y Kafu banton It has generated a lot of controversy. The Catalan singer has been questioned for working with Coffee, author of the homophobic theme «Duck«, Something that has called into question Bad Gyal, who had always said that he would not collaborate with any homophobe.
The Panamanian artist created the song «Duck", from high homophobic content in which he referred to the derogatory homosexuals and with messages like "you want to be a woman and you were born a man, duck that does not exist out of order" A theme that has reminded Bad Gyal his fans, many of them from the collective LGTB +. The lyrics said things like: «Duck, where do you go, I'll take you out, kick point even if you break my shoe«.
A homophobic past splashes collaboration
The Barcelona woman has reacted and issued a statement in which she apologized to all those who might have felt "offended or disappointed»For the collaboration with banton. In his defense, he claimed to be unaware of the existence of «Duck»And again apologized for not having informed himself enough. «I have always said that I would not get involved in any homophobic project or work with anyone who was, because I do not want my music to promote disrespect or anything that is not in accordance with my values.«, Has pointed out.
According to Bad Gyal «Panama, a Caribbean country where unfortunately much homophobia has always suffered and continues to suffer today. What happens in Panama it is reflected in the music (…). For people who listen to 'dancehall' and Caribbean music, it is not news that the genre has a lot of homophobic and macho history. I want to emphasize that I am against these values«.
As well Coffee He apologized on his Instagram account stating that "Duck It was a subject written and produced more than 20 years ago at the beginning of my career, which did not have the maturity, nor the orientation that I maintain today, I am faithful to my ideals and I still fight for social justice".
Bad Gyal has decided give part of the benefits from this song to a collective support organization LGTB + de Panama.
Photography: Bad Gyal