Bad Bunny's Donald Trump T-Shirt Will Be Sold Online, Along With Several Other Designs: Exclusive

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Bad Bunny performs onstage at One Voice: Somos Live! A Concert For Disaster Relief at Marlins Park on Oct. 14, 2017 in Miami.

On the evening of Oct. 14, Bad Bunny said plenty without even opening his mouth. The Puerto Rican trap artist arrived at the Somos Live benefit concert sporting a black t-shirt that visibly raised a poignant question: "Are you a tweeter or president?"

The statement was a direct message to our current sitting President Donald Trump, who by now has received a wicked tongue-lashing for the less-than-adequate "aid" he provided to the rapper's native island. 

Those in attendance, and many across the digital realm, so clearly approved of Bad Bunny's latest fashion statement, it was only a matter of time before the top would become available to the masses. 

“He made the shirt himself. The team is working on the website to put the t-shirts for sale, and they are adding six more shirts with different texts that Bunny put together,” Bad Bunny's reps shared with Billboard.

In regards to why it was important for him to make a statement, the rapper had this to say: “I used this t-shirt to make a statement, and send a message to the President that there are many issues going on that are more important than speaking his mind on Twitter. This concert had the goal to aid people from my island, U.S. citizens who are in dire need of supplies, and all Mr. Trump does is play on social media and complain that we want everything done for us, instead of actually doing something productive. So, I ask again: Mr. Trump, are you a tweeter or a President?”

Fans can expect for shirts to go on sale in as little as 24 hours from now. 

 

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