Bad Bunny Said He's Not "Obligated" To Share His Views On Political And Social Issues And Won't Post Fake Sympathetic Messages To Social Media Like Other Celebs

    "I don't have an obligation to anyone."

    When something major happens in society, fans expect their favorite celebrities to speak out about it. But some of these public figures don't feel the same — one of them being Bad Bunny.

    In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Bad Bunny explained why he's not "obligated" to share his opinion on political and social issues.

    “I think that’s where I clash with people,” Bad Bunny said. “Everyone sees life how they want, and everyone can think what they want."

    "I don’t have an obligation to anyone — the slightest obligation to anyone. I can say it to my friends, I can vent to my mom, I can vent talking to myself, but I don’t need to share that with the public."

    The "Where She Goes" singer admitted he's not a "superhero" and shouldn't be treated as such. He's an artist and reminded fans he's only focused on making music, because that's what he loves to do.

    He also added that he doesn't want to be one of those celebs who just posts "a message that their publicist wrote" to social media just so he can "check off a box."

    "The way I feel most comfortable saying something is through a song or a video. People who have a talent for talking or speaking for something in society should do it. I feel I did that part with my song.”

    And that's that on that!

    To learn more about Bad Bunny, check out his full interview with Rolling Stone.