In an open letter published Oct. 11, Colombia’s vice president, and chancellor. Marta Lucía RamírezIn a statement,, stated that the song was “sexiste, racist, chauvinist, and misogynistic.”
Interview with Rolling StonePublished Oct. 24, Tokischa, a Black woman, also apologized. She noted that the imagery was a conceptual decision. She said that she was sorry people were offended and that it was very conceptual. As a creative, if you have a song about dogs, you can create that world.