Daddy Yankee retires from music to dedicate his life to Christ

The artist announced his decision during a concert in his native Puerto Rico. He said he is asking God to allow him to evangelize the world. "Finally, I've reached the goal. I am free. Amen!" he said.

Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez, better known as Daddy Yankee, announced that he is retiring from music. The artist reported the decision during a concert in his native Puerto Rico. At the end of the show, he said, before thousands of people at the Puerto Rico Coliseum in San Juan, "A story is over, and a new story is about to begin. A new beginning."

On social media, her maintained that this Sunday was the most important day of his life. "Tonight I recognize and I am not ashamed to tell the entire world that Christ lives in me and that I will live for him," Ayala said.


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'Don't follow any man,' says Daddy Yankee

Daddy Yankee also posted the video of his speech on his Instagram account and accompanied it with a Bible verse: "What good is it for a man to gain the whole world if he loses his life? Or how much can man pay for his life? For the Son of Man is coming with the glory of his Father and with his angels, and then he will reward each one according to what he has done," Matthew 16:26-27.

Christ loves you and Christ is coming, do not forget it. Likewise, Jesus, as you allowed me, by your mercy, to travel the world, may you allow me from Puerto Rico to evangelize the world. Finally, I reached the goal. I am free. Amen!

Daddy Yankee joins other artists like Héctor el Father and Farruko in converting to Christianity after starting their music career. "Thank you very much Puerto Rico and I hope you walk with me in this new beginning and I hope that something very important is recorded in you: Do not follow any man. I am a human. To all the people who followed me, follow Jesus Christ, for He is the way, the truth and the life," said the Puerto Rican.