The 28-year-old influencer published on Monday, November 22, two selfies modeling a green bikini in front of the mirror, which received more than 85,786 likes and 406 comments, one of them from the interpreter of “In da getto” and “What else? then?”.
As he hinted, the Colombian singer and record producer did not like the photographs and commented:
“Any pictures with clothes, by any chance?”
User reactions were immediate. Given this, J Balvin chose to delete his comment, and with this all the responses he received calling him macho, to publish a second message, in a more affectionate tone.
22.11.2021 | Comment of J Balvin in the publication of Valentina Ferrer. Photo: capture Valentina Ferrer / Instagram
“How beautiful my girl, the queen of Córdoba, the mother of my son, dreamy, casual, funny, beautiful, and well, I’m done.”, wrote.
“That was not exactly what you said. You told him to put on clothes “,” And why did you erase the first thing you wrote. Now everyone calls you ‘the toxic’ ”, responded some users.
22.11.2021 | Second comment by J Balvin in the publication of Valentina Ferrer. Photo: capture Valentina Ferrer / Instagram
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The designation of the Colombian reggaeton as ‘macho’ is not free. Months ago, in October, the launch of “Perra”, a collaborative song with the Dominican rapper Tokischa, caused a great controversy, and even motivated strong statements by the vice president of Colombia, Marta Lucía Ramírez, who questioned that the video clip (subsequently deleted from YouTube) objectified the woman’s body and showed her as an “object of the property of men”.
Even J Balvin’s mother reacted uncomfortably and the interpreter was forced to apologize in a video posted on Instagram.