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Bad Bunny on Representing Gender Fluidity in His Art: 'I Think It's My Responsibility'

Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Auge of Justice pose in the press room during the 61st Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 10, 2019 in Los Angeles.

Ever since his debut back in 2015, American superstar Bad Bunny hasn’t been shy about his thoughts on the gender roles society places on everyone. The singer has regularly depicted himself painting his nails in videos and has previously spoken about his distaste for the way people treat gender.

In a new profile with GQ, Bad Bunny spoke out again about sparking conversations regarding gender fluidity. The star said he understands he’s not a revolutionary in this field and gets the back-and-forth happening among his fans. “There's people that appreciate what I do; there's people that criticize it,” he said. “There's people who say, ‘Thank you for sticking up [for us], thank you for defending [this].’ There's others that say I'm an opportunist.”"

But he also told the magazine that he didn’t want to be an artist who never said anything about issues that are important to him. “If I were like other artists, I'd forget about what's happening and not say anything,” he said.

Bunny said his activism, including his conversations on gender roles, is less of an option and more of a duty. “I think it's my responsibility, as a person of influence … to sometimes try to do what I can,” he said. “If I have the chance to say something, I will say it -- but that doesn't obligate me to always say something, or to shed light on every problem, as if I were a lawmaker.”

Read the full profile on Bad Bunny here!

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