In an unique interview with Billboard, Farruko took the new seat to clear up the numerous questions hovering over his private life after being arrested on the Isla Grande airport in San Juan, Puerto Rico, final 12 months.
For 9 months, Farruko has been beneath home arrest after federal brokers discovered greater than $50,000 in his baggage on the airport. During the interview, Farruko addresses many subjects, together with his authorized case, the violence in Puerto Rico, the change in his lyrics and extra.
Below, discover the most effective six moments from the unique interview.
After his arrest, the city singer realized to react to issues extra calmly. But he admits that he's very affected and feels that the state of affairs was a sort of warning in his life as a result of he was taking place the incorrect path.
Farruko has been beneath home arrest for 9 months to this point and nonetheless doesn't know what is going to occur with him legally. "In a method, I really feel that they’ve been versatile," mentioned the singer. He admitted that the state of affairs has helped him in different methods in his private life.
Farruko confesses that he has thought of altering the violent content material of his lyrics. But, in flip, he feels that if he modifies his model, he could be losing his time. In reality, he explains that any collection on tv may be extra specific than a music. "I can't erase the previous however I’ll attempt to enhance the message."
Farruko lastly addressed the message behind his controversial line on the Victor Manuelle music "Amarte Duro," saying that "te voy a dar bien duro como Chris le daba a Rihanna” (I'm going to hit you as laborious as Chris hit Rihanna) was taken the incorrect method.
Farruko talks about how he has been the sufferer of prejudice, particularly on social media, each time he tries to carry out a superb deed. That shouldn’t be going to cease him and he’ll proceed to do good deeds.
Two weeks in the past, Farruko was compelled to cancel a free live performance in his hometown in Puerto Rico as a result of manufacturing didn’t observe the required protocols. The live performance has been rescheduled for Feb. 2 at Puerto Rico's Convention Center.