Spanish Song Despacito Causes Controversy Because of Dirty Lyrics 

Spanish song Despacito by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee has gone viral on the internet. The song said to be controversial because of its lyrics was later remixed with Justin Bieber whose presence also made the song top the music charts.

The Spanish song is the most streamed song in history and has smashed charts this summer.

But recently people have been cottoning on to what the meaning of the hit song is in English and some have called them shockingly filthy.

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The hit song was reportedly banned in  Malaysia on its state radio and television, with some even branding it “unislamic porn”.

Although, the title of the song translates as “Slowly” and describes the pursuit of a love interest.

One of the lines that has been causing parents of Bieber fans, is “Let me surpass your danger zones until I make you scream and you forget your last name.”

And another line rife with sexual innuendo is: “We will do it on the beach in Puerto Rico. Till the waves scream dear lord. So that my seal stays with you.”

And another, “I want to see how much love fits in you”, and “I want to be your rhythm. Want you to show my mouth. Your favourite places” have also been a cause for concern.

Despacito became the first song primarily in Spanish to top the Billboard Hot 100 since Macarena in 1996.

The reggaeton-pop song which was released by Puerto Rican pop artist Luis Fonsi featuring Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee on January 13, 2017 and topped the charts of 40 countries.

It became the first song primarily in Spanish to top the Billboard Hot 100 since Macarena in 1996 and the official video received its billionth view on YouTube in April.

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Justin Bieber’s remix was released on April 17, 2017, helping its reach spread wide into the English-speaking charts.

Recently it was announced that Despacito is now the most streamed song of all time having been played 4.6 billion times across all streaming services.

The controversial song overtook Justin’s previous record he held for his song, Sorry.

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