Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny. Photo: Google

PULSE NEWS MEXICO

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) on Wednesday, Dec. 14, asked Puerto Rican crooner Bad Bunny — whose two massive commercial concerts at the Azteca Stadium over the weekend were marred by a flood of falsified and duplicated tickets issued by Ticketmaster that left thousands of fans unable to attend — to perform a free concert for Mexican fans in Mexico City’s downtown Zócalo central plaza.

Speaking during his daily press conference at the National Palace, López Obrador said that while he understood that Bad Bunny might have a busy schedule, he felt that the singer should offer the free concert as a “collaboration” with his government.

“We will take care of the stage and the lights,” the president offered, adding that the generous concert by Bad Bunny would in some way compensate for the thousands of ticketholders who were denied access to the Azteca concerts on Dec. 9 and Dec. 10.

As of late Wednesday night, there had been no response from Bad Bunny to AMLO’s “invitation.”

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