Dua Lipa gave Bad Bunny a lesson in humility and her fans applauded her
It is worth remembering that just a few days ago, Bad Bunny He refused to take a selfie with a fan, generating great controversy due to the way he did it: he snatched the young woman’s cell phone and then threw it into the water.
However, now something similar happened to him Dua Lipawhere in a video it was observed that he did not agree to take a photo with a follower, although his reaction ended up being a lesson in humility that the fans applauded.
Clearly, the singer’s attitude has been totally different from that of the Puerto Rican rapper. Dua Lipa She was with her family when a fan approached her and the artist, very kindly, told her:
“Very sorry. I’m not taking pictures with anyone because I’m with my family, but it was nice meeting you.”
The British herself stopped to explain to the young woman the reason why she would not take the photo and in this way gave a lesson in humility to Bad Bunny. As expected, her fans understood her and even applauded her.
No photos: relaxed with her family
At that moment, Dua Lipa He was wearing a very relaxed outfit with dark glasses, a top and jean shorts. It was noted that the singer was relaxed and even did not have her security personnel around her.
While many fans were around her looking to snap any photo from their phones, she was in control at all times and never reacted rudely.
His attitude was celebrated by the public present at the time, and later also by Internet users, who circulated the video and tagged Bad Bunny. In the networks it is seen that the star showed the correct way of how to behave in a similar situation.
Among many of the comments that were seen, the following stood out: “That’s how you answer it”, “What class does it have”, “There are levels”, “Bad Bunny, learn”, “I want to see Bad Bunny’s face”, “What Nice person”, “Never change Dua”, “How humble”.
Bad Bunny, did he regret it?
Likewise, it is worth clarifying that given the disqualified attitude that Bad Bunny with a fan, the next day he himself decided to explain his reaction and wrote on his Twitter:
“The person who comes up to me to say hello, to tell me something, or just to meet me, will always receive my attention and respect. Those who come to put a phone in my face I will consider it for what it is, a lack of respect and I will treat it the same way ”.