Balvin, who collaborated on The Black Eyed Peas’ new album ‘Translation’ along with Shakira, insinuated that working with the Latina superstar was a difficult experience while giving an interview.
Colombian singer J Balvin has raked up a storm on social media after his seemingly disrespectful comments about Latina superstar Shakira, following which #JBalvinIsOverParty started to trend on Twitter. It all started when The Black Eyed Peas did a special interview with Maluma and Balvin, who, along with Shakira, are one of the few guest collaborators on their upcoming album ‘Translation’. The album has a total of 15 songs, 10 of which are collaborations. Speaking about the album in the virtual interview, will.i.am said, “The process of this record was being open-minded, being patient, everybody has a different style of working. I produce, I write, I come up with ideas so you have to slow down. If someone doesn’t like something you cannot let it hurt your feelings. This is the first time we collaborated with these many people, these many vocalists, I had to be flexible. I had to be a f**king noodle on this record.”
NEW! @billboard interviewed @bep , Maluma and J balvin. Will i am praised Shaki , said that while working he had to be the most flexible with @shakira! Balvin stayed SALTY as always and shaded Queen coz she hasn't worked with him but Maluma was quick to shut him up 🤭 #GirlLikeMe pic.twitter.com/FiqewNt5qn
— ShakiGeorgia (@ShakiGeorgia) June 24, 2020
A grown ass man, who's inching closer to 40 years old had to have his father intervene and issue a public half ass apology. This man solicited advice from his father. I'm afraid, shakifans, we've become too powerful like our mother. #JBalvinIsOverParty pic.twitter.com/XiXeNDKTBQ
— Philosopher Mebarak // Sale el Sol (@SonyBackThenCB2) June 26, 2020
— Andrea alberty (@acabrty) June 26, 2020