Rapper Anuel AA Under Fire for Alleged Homophobic Comments on Bad Bunny
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The Puerto Rican star is accused of throwing shade at the 'I Like It' hitmaker for his latest music video, in which he wears female dresses and rocks full makeup.

AceShowbiz - Anuel AA has landed in hot water after allegedly slamming Bad Bunny's drag style in "Yo Perreo Sola". One day after his "La Ultima Vez" collaborator dropped his latest music video, the Puerto Rican rapper sent the Internet into frenzy by posting on Instagram Story what many assumed to be homophobic comments directed to the "I Like It" hitmaker.

In a screenshoot of the now-deleted post that was surfaced online, the "Me Gusta" singer wrote, "Son of a b***h Bad Bunny playing transformers." Multiple green sick emojis were also included in the post.

Soon, the hastag #anuelisoverparty was trending on Twitter, prompting Anuel to defend himself. Taking to his Twitter account, he posted the Instagram Story capture. "Whoever is editing all this s**t is a son of a b***h who has me trending. But no matter how much they try to ruin me, god keeps blessing me," he wrote in Spanish.

In another tweet, the 27-year-old singer continued addressing the matter. "What the hell does my [Instagram] Story have to do with Bad Bunny," he wrote. "Calm down. Next time I'll make you a map and draw you a picture so you can understand the message."

Still, many won't stop criticizing Anuel. One particular fan chided, "How dare you to turn away a friend who made music collaborations with you, sharing the stages with you, are from the same COUNTRY, etc. And this is how you act? Really Anuel?"

The alleged post was apparently one of a series of Instagram Stories that saw the 27-year-old rapper/singer criticizing fellow Latin stars. In one post, he wrote that he doesn't "want to have friends in the industry apart from Daddy Yankee, Nicky Jam, Farruko, Nengo Flow y Kendo seriously, leave me alone."

Anuel added in the post, "You guys are rare, fools and hypocrites!!!!! I can no longer stray away from my ideals for business." He then expressed how he was "tired of the masks, don't get close to me in any place y'all see me, I'm serious, unless it's for unfinished business."

While Anuel garnered heavy criticism, Bad Bunny received positive reactions for his support to the LGBT community. His music video for "Yo Perreo Sola" saw him wearing dress and full makeup. He concluded the promo with message that read, "If she doesn't want to dance with you, respect her, she twerks alone."

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