Chile artist fights topless at Latin Grammys

A Chilean vocalist has uncovered her bosoms in an honorary pathway fight at the Latin Grammy grants in the US.

Mon Laferte revealed her chest decorated with the words “In Chile they torment, assault and kill” on Thursday.

Chile has seen right around a month of fights that began following an ascent in metro charges and have developed into hostile to government shows.

In any event 20 individuals have passed on and 1,000 have been harmed in the fights.

As she acknowledged the honor for best elective collection, Mon Laferte read a lyric from Chilean author La Chinganera, saying: “Chile, your agony harms me.”

Chile’s free National Human Rights Institute says it has brought lawful activity more than 179 cases, including affirmed murders, sexual viciousness and torment by the military police.

Demonstrators are requesting more prominent social change from the Chilean government.

On Friday, the administration reported it would hold a choice to supplant the nation’s constitution that goes back to the nation’s autocracy. Supplanting the constitution was a key interest of dissenters.

Mon Laferte was one of a few specialists at the Latin Grammys who raised the current political atmosphere in Latin American nations.

During his acknowledgment discourse, Nicaraguan artist Luis Enrique told watchers: “Nicaragua is still at war. Nicaragua keeps battling to be free.”

Residente, a Puerto Rican rapper, committed his honor to “fairness”.

“Despite the fact that it has nothing to do with the video, this is for every one of the individuals battling in Latin America, he said.”

“We can’t keep on enabling our administrations to take us for fools. We have to keep battling.”

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