Daddy Yankee and Farruko are shocked by Pacho’s murder

The Puerto Rican urban music singers Daddy Yankee and Farruko showed their consternation on social networks this Thursday at the murder of the Puerto Rican urban artist Neftalí Álvarez Núñez, 42, known as Pacho “El Antifeka”, in Bayamón, in the metropolitan area of ​​Puerto Rich.

“I am not the one to judge anyone’s personal life, but I can judge how people treat me; based on that judgment, I can choose my friends. I am aware that you have always treated me with respect, appreciation, honesty, sincerity, and loyalty “, declared Daddy Yankee, in his official Instagram account.

Known as the “king of reggaeton” he continued to stress that for him “those qualities are worth a lot because they are not easily found these days. When I manage to find a person with such qualities, I offer him my most sincere friendship regardless of his condition, status class, skin colour, religion or sexual orientation”.

“And I assure you brother that you were a real person with me from our beginnings at an early age, dreaming of this career. I am glad to know that I was able to contribute to you in life. A lot of strength for all your loved ones, be in our prayers. Rest in peace Yankee settled.

For his part, Farruko published: “Rest in peace. Brother we did not talk all the time but when we did we always talked about God, trying to be better people, learning to be fair, you were always a leader and brother God have mercy and give you strength to your family.”

The Police found his lifeless body inside an Infiniti model EX35 vehicle, parked in the Plaza Tropical center.

The singer had several gunshot wounds, according to the report from the Bayamón Homicide Division, which is in charge of the investigation.

Pacho “El Antifeka” had a criminal record for violating the Weapons Law and about two months ago the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) raided his apartment.

Born in Puerto Rico in March 1981, his recognition in the world of music began with his participation in the urban duo Pacho & Cirilo.

In 2019, he released the song “They don’t have a rifle” together with Cano El Bárbaro, who was also shot to death in the east of the island in December 2021.

The lyrics of that single include phrases like “those who want to kill me” or “they talk about my death to hunt me down.”

In December 2021, Pacho “El Antifeka” released his first solo album, “All Star Game”, of which he said in an interview with EFE that he “put in” all his heart to show his most “professional” facet.

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