Laura Bozzo and Liane May erupted in anger and openly criticized Californian singer Becky G for not being able to allocate a few minutes of her time to talk to the press when she arrived in Mexico City.
Laura Bozo lashed out at the Californian singer after the incident that starred her at the Mexico City airport, when she was approached by several journalists in an attempt to write a note and when she wanted to flee from the harassment of the press, caused a great commotion stood up..
The Peruvian host was most expressive about what happened and, in addition to dedicating some harsh words to the singer, explained that as a public figure, he must always answer to the press, because he lives thanks to them.
“I live by the press, the press is my ally, they can criticize me, they can tell me what the press wants because they are within their rights and I have an obligation to be able to respond, because the press reaches the public and the public wants to know about us. If you want to be famous, you must begin by acknowledging that you owe yourself to the press”, commented Laura Bozzo.
Lynn May’s words
For his part, Lion May also commented on Becky G’s action and shared the opinion of the majority of Peruvians.
“She respects the press, that she stays humble because right now she’s up, but after a while she’s going to go down and they’re going to step on her,” said the actress, who also asked that she respects Mexicans as they should not behave like in the United States.
As if that wasn’t enough, the Mexican also took the opportunity to talk about the man of the moment, nicknamed “Paso Pluma” by the singer. It seems that he is very friendly with the members of the “Missing Link” group.
“Feather, well, respect Eslabon, cause they started out together, let him be humble, fame has grown, he’s not respecting the boys, he’s not respecting the musician and that’s too bad, Because whatever you do after a while, you come back,” the artist warned the young singer, who seems to have been put on a pedestal after her disastrous fame.