Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the second best president in the world, has given himself the luxury of putting on ‘la mañanera’ a song by René from ‘Calle 13’ to avoid whispering and favor freedom of expression
Little by little, Andrés Manuel López Obrador has been positioned in the taste of the people with a clean and honest job that has favored millions of Mexicans, work that has been recognized to position him as the second best president in the world, thus which he felt free to play ‘Calle 13’ in his now famous ‘morning’.
René Pérez from ‘Calle 13’ is a Puerto Rican rapper, singer, songwriter, urban music producer and philanthropist who has a certain tendency to always side with the people with his songs, this regardless of whether he is not from his place of origin Puerto Rico , and Mexico has always shown a lot of support and respect.
His song "I always say what I think" is not dedicated to anyone in particular, rather the public is the one who dedicates the dedication. “You name it whatever you want. When I make music, it stops being mine to belong to the public and people give it whatever name they want. "
And why has this song that was released more than 10 years ago become so popular lately? It turns out that in the now famous ‘morning runs’ of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, he was questioned about a comment made by Irma Eréndira Sandoval, a former government official, that the administration lacks leaders open to self-criticism; But before this, the president was not bothered and responded immediately that everyone has the right to express themselves and say what they think, hence this unique song came to his memory.
You have all your right to express yourself, the right to express yourself, do well, we all have the right to express ourselves, we must express what we feel, not keep things for ourselves, not engage in whispering but rather express ourselves freely, the freedom that is not implored, it is conquered . You have to say what you think, said the president.
Then he asked that they put this song to close, so he let it run almost complete. "Yeah, yeah. We are going to remove that because he already regrets it. It is not censorship, but it is a criticism of a ruler and he himself says that he exceeded himself. So it’s not censorship, René. Until then we leave it ”, indicated Obrador.
As is well known, Andrés Manuel López Obrador has already confessed on other occasions that he is a fan of the Puerto Rican rapper, so he did not hesitate to present this song that exemplified his words very well regarding that everyone has the freedom to express themselves.