“To those who don’t love the USA, God bless you, but you at the same time,” the first-generation Cuban-American rap star said on the concert stage in a video making the rounds on social media.
“If you don’t like the USA, go back to the countries we are from, and you’ll see how much you appreciate the USA,” Pitbull, born Armando Christian Perez, continued.
It is not clear when the ceremony took place, but it was posted on Twitter last week and traced similar instances of the rapper declaring his love and appreciation for the United States.
His mother came to the country from Cuba through the Peter Pan process, which ran from 1960 to 1962, while his father arrived in the United States through the visa lottery. Pitbull credited his family’s emigration to the United States from communist Cuba to his work ethic and success.
“They knew what this country had to offer is that you can control your destiny.” He said in 2015 from his family. “You had the opportunity. And you had the first thing, which was freedom.”
National sentiment has come under fire in the United States in recent months. Visualize the American flag as a The split symbol has spread In mainstream culture, while various videos on college campuses show students struggling to say whether they are They are “proud” to be Americans Even saying the The Constitution of the United States should be abolished.