closed captions inside bad bunnyof grammy awards During the performance, “SINGING IN NENGLISH” was read aloud, causing a backlash from fans.
The hugely popular Puerto Rican artist started the broadcast with a medley of songs in Spanish. He complained of being “species” and “ignorant.”
The diss continued at Bad Bunny’s acceptance speech Best Musica Urbana Album Award “Un Verano Sin Ti,‘ He gave it in Spanish and English. The caption reads, “Speaking in a language other than English.”
Bad Bunny’s win wasn’t made known before the show, but his deed was certainly there, and the Grammy hosts and CBS were to blame for not hiring a bilingual closed captioner. deadline I got it. Other acts were transcribed on-screen, according to the entertainment site.
Adding to the disregard is Bad Bunny’s reach, Twitter users noted.He’s been streamed more than Taylor Swift Recently released Spotify data It was second overall behind Drake. However, many felt he was treated like a second-class citizen during the ceremony.
The latest Sundance Film Festival suffered a jury strikeIncluding deaf Oscar winner Marlee Matlin.
CBS had planned to use Spanish captions in reruns of the Grammy Awards on the West Coast, sources told Deadline, but it came too late for many.