Bad Bunny Returns to Social Media to Encourage Young Voters to Get Registered: 'It's Time For a Real Change'

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Ramona Rosales

Bad Bunny photographed on Jan. 26, 2019 at El Cortez Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

Bad Bunny is registered to vote in the upcoming Nov. 3 elections in Puerto Rico and is making sure other young Puerto Rican voters are too.

Making his grand return to social media since a three-month hiatus, the "Yo Perreo Sola" singer posted a photo of his electoral identification card along with a blistering message encouraging voters to make their vote and voice count.

"Young people, you have until September 14 to get your electoral identification card to be able to vote Nov. 3," he wrote. "We are in a crucial moment in the history of our country and now more than ever, we have the power to change the course of Puerto Rico."

He continued, "it's time for a real change. Enough with the abuse coming from both parties that has PR tied up. Enough of the same thing over and over again. It's time to make history. Get your ID and use it fearlessly."

The chart-topping singer-songwriter was announced as the recipient of this year's Hispanic Heritage Award for Vision. He will receive the award during the broadcast on PBS stations Oct. 6.

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