#JBalvinIsOverParty trends on Twitter after his Billboard interview with the Black Eyed Peas and Maluma led fans to believe he shaded Shakira based on will.i.am’s experience of working with her.
This isn’t the first time he disrespected a female iconic musician. In 2018, J Balvin was guest on a YouTube show hosted by Portuguese vlogger SirKazzio. The appearance included a game of “Fuck, Marry, Kill,” during which the Colombian reggaeton singer opined that Rihanna was not an ideal candidate for marriage. “Rihanna isn’t a good woman to marry, just fool around,” he said.