Don Omar and Daddy Yankee Make Peace
The reggaeton singers hugged each other during a performance in Puerto Rico
Don Omar and Daddy Yankee made amends Saturday night during a Wisin y Yandel concert in Hato Rey, Puerto Rico.
According to Puerto Rican newspaper Primera Hora, Don Omar – who was a special guest at the event – joined the reggaeton duo onstage to sing "Nadie como tú." Suddenly, amidst the special effects, Daddy Yankee appeared on the platform and hugged his longtime enemy, Don Omar.
The 30-year-old singers then put another peace offering on display by performing "Gata Gangster" together, which they sang as a duet on Yankee's album Los Homerun-es before their feuding began. "The fighting isn't cool anymore. People don't want it. We're not thinking about ourselves anymore, but about the music. Today a page in Latin music history is being written," Wisin said. "No matter where we are, we have to be united. It was time to make changes. It's not the time for wars," he added.
Daddy Yankee expressed himself in the language of reggaeton, improvising a poem about the long-awaited reconciliation. He talked about how he and Don Omar were making history that day, and how it was a smart move that would make them money.