Puerto Rican singer Daddy Yankee gave the last concert of his artistic career and revealed that he would now dedicate his life to God.
Considered one of reggaeton’s greatest exponents, Yankee said he hopes to write a new history together with Christ.
“My people, this day is the most important day of my life. And I want to share it with you because a life of success is not the same as a life of meaning,” said Raymond Ayala, the artist’s first name.
The 46-year-old artist ended his concert tour at the Puerto Rico Coliseum, where he said goodbye to his audience on stage after announcing his retirement in January 2023.
Daddy Yankee said that he had been trying to fill a void in his life for many years and that on many occasions he seemed to be doing well and happy.
However, he felt that he was not yet complete and after so long he managed to fill that void with Christ and so he hopes to write a new story.
“I was able to travel around the world for years and win many awards, applause and praise, but I realized something that the Bible says: ‘What does it profit a man to gain the whole world if he loses his soul?’ “That is why tonight I recognize and am not ashamed to tell the whole world that Jesus lives in me and that I will live for him,” he confessed.
Yankee joins other artists dedicating their lives to God
For more than 30 years, Daddy Yankee has been dedicated to promoting the reggaeton genre and is therefore considered by many to be one of the great pioneers.
In this way, he gained the respect of a large number of urban artists and became the “boss” of a generation of artists who promoted reggaeton around the world.
The news of his resignation caused grief among millions of followers, but no one was aware that there was a supernatural reason for it, namely God.
Daddy Yankee said that now that he has retired from the stage, he will put all his strength into music and social media to spread the message of Jesus.
He also thanked Puerto Rico and all of his followers for the support they gave him during his artistic career as he traveled around the world.
“Christ loves you and Christ is coming, don’t forget it. In the same way, Jesus, as you have allowed me through your mercy to travel the world, may you also allow me to evangelize the world from Puerto Rico. I finally reached the goal. I am free. “Amen!” he said.
In this way, Daddy Yankee joins Héctor “El Father”, Farruko, Voltio, Gocho, Jomar “El Caballo Negro”, Larry Over and El Sica among the various urban artists who have decided to leave music and go to God consequences.
Curiously, after this announcement from “The Boss”, it was announced that Don Omar, his eternal rival, will go on a concert tour to return to the stage.
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