Bad Bunny Gets Kidnapped Into Marriage in "Tití Me Preguntó" Music Video
Cleverly addressing common expectations in the Latinx community.
Bad Bunny released a music video for his dembow-infused track, “Tití Me Preguntó,” his latest single off Un Verano Sin Ti. While the track is catchy and fun, the reggaeton artist hints at an underlying message in the video regarding a popular expectation set by the Latinx community, which is marriage.
The song can be considered an anthem for singles everywhere. The lyrics tell a story of an aunt who asks her young nephew if he has several girlfriends in which he replies does and refuses to settle down. As a result, he’s praised for this. The beginning of the music video shows that exact scenario; however, when a little girl gives her aunt the same answer, she gets scolded, displaying a perfect example of a double standard commonly seen everywhere, especially among Hispanic cultures.
Throughout the video, Bad Bunny is dancing in the streets of New York City, celebrating his freedom when all of a sudden he gets kidnapped and taken to a wedding in New Jersey. Then, plot twist: Bad Bunny ends up being the groom and is seemingly forced to marry.
Check out the video for “Tití Me Preguntó” above.
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