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Hector “Daddy” reacts to Daddy Yankee’s transformation

Hector “Daddy” reacts to Daddy Yankee’s transformation

San Juan, Puerto Rico – Daddy Yankeereggaeton’s greatest exponent, recently announced his conversion and conversion to Christianity during a concert in his native country Puerto RicoIt is a message that revolutionized social networks and sparked reactions from his former colleagues in the musical genre, such as Hector “Father”Who gave his life years ago God.

Through his social networks, the priest has now spread a widespread message of gratitude and emotion for the step taken by Raymond Ayala – real name Buddy Yankee – in Christianity.

In the former reggaeton player’s post, he revealed that “Big Boss” was the first to plant God’s seed in his life, for which he is infinitely grateful.

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“For my great friend Raymond,” he began by saying in the post. “While watching the video in which you courageously shouted to the world that the only one who can fill the void in man is Jesus, watching it filled me with many emotions and brought tears of joy to my eyes. I knew this moment would come because the seed of the truth of the gospel was planted in you from a young age.

He added: “The same seed you planted in me first would sprout later, and today I can see the wonderful thing that God can do in a person’s life when it is placed in His hands.”

The pastor now stated: “I will never forget that you were the first to tell me about the Gospel of Jesus. I just ask God to give you strength and wisdom so that you can carry out everything God has in mind for you and your family. Never forget what I told you so many years ago, Raymond, you are one of God’s last steps before seeking His church because Christ is coming.

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He ended the letter by saying: “I love you, brother, and there are many things I have to thank you for that only you and I know. Today I can proudly say: My friend Raymond Ayala serves Jesus.

Hector “Father” left reggaeton several years ago and dedicated himself to evangelism alongside former urban singer Julio Voltillo. Over the years he has also helped transform other artists such as Larry Offer.

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Since Daddy Yankee announced his retirement from music, after a career that lasted 33 years, it has been known that his last shows will be in his native Puerto Rico, where he admitted to thousands of his fans that it was the most important day of his life. Not only because he finished the course, but because he decided to surrender himself to God.

“My people, this day for me is the most important day of my life and I want to share it with you because living a successful life is not the same as living a life with purpose,” he began as he clearly moved on.

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“For a long time I tried to fill a void in my life that no one could fill. I tried to fill that void and find meaning in my life. Sometimes I seemed happy, but there was something missing that made me complete and I have to admit that those days are over. Someone has managed to… Filling this void that I’ve felt for so long.”

Yankee stated that although he has traveled all over the world with his music, received numerous awards and earned millions of dollars, he would never win anything if his soul was lost.

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Finally, he said: “Tonight I realize that and I am not ashamed to tell the whole world that Jesus lives in me and that I will live for him. The story is over and a new story will begin, a new beginning. All the tools I have, like music, social media, platforms, microphone, everything Jesus gave me are now for the kingdom.

The decision of the famous “Gazolina” singer was appreciated by his fans and other singers of the urban genre.


He has experience in the media field since 2013. He joined the El Heraldo digital team in 2016. Until 2019 he served as Community Manager. He is currently a journalist in the entertainment and trends section. Graduate in Journalism from UNAH. Fellow of the International Center for Journalists.