Ricky Martin, the handsome Puerto Rican graces the most recent cover of the magazine Out Magazine, dedicated to the LGBTI community and whose content includes an interview, who in the past declared that his life could run p3l1gr0 in the United States, in which he recounted his family plan and his musical experience during the pandemic.
"Ricky Martin, the revolution" is the title of the interview that was shared on social platforms, accompanied by several photographs in which Ricky appears alone, with different changes of clothes from well-known dressmakers and accompanied by her husband, the plastic artist Jwan Yosef.
The interpreter also spoke about his family, made up of twins Valentino and Matteo, born in 2008, and Lucía and Renn, two and one year old, respectively, and stated that he does not rule out enlarge it in the near future.
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A daddy indeed. “Listen, I became a daddy when I was 35; it’s not the same thing when you’re 48, ”@ricky_martin, who has four children with his husband @jwanyosef, says in our cover story. “You need the energy! And I’m strong, trust me, I’m healthy — I’m carrying two babies at the same time and the stroller and the backpack — but it’s a lot. It’s a big responsibility. " Still, could the pop star see a world where there's more? Click the link in bio to find out that, and to hear how his lifelong fight against child trafficking sometimes complicates the matter. ⠀ @fei_bian; ⠀ @luxurylaw. Ricky and Jwan both wear shirts by @ hanro.official, bracelets and rings by @davidyurman, crowns by @vauje.
There are times when I want ten more, and then there are those mornings when everyone cries and I say: 'Okay, maybe all six of us are fine,' "he revealed for the interview from his residence in Los Angeles, United States. United.
"I would love to have many grandchildren in the future and have every Sunday full of family, but you know, we have to see what happens," added the 48-year-old singer.
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I became a father at 35, but it's not the same when you're 48. You need to have energy! And I am strong, believe me, I am healthy, I carry babies at the same time, I carry the car and backpack, but it is too much, it is a great responsibility, he admitted.
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There’s no introductions needed for our latest cover star - his is a name we all know and love. Welcome to Ricky's revolution. In a spread shot at his California home, #RickyMartin, the globally renowned singer, actor, and performer, opens up about his music and how the prospect of no longer being able to perform in front of massive, sold-out crowds (because of COVID) impacted him. “For me it was like, I don't know how to do anything else,” @Ricky_Martin says. “I always thought I was going to be able to do this as long as I wanted to— even if I looked ridiculous onstage at 70 years old with a cane, it was my option. But apparently that was no more. " Hit the link in bio to read how he ended up dealing with the anxiety that caused, his thoughts on expanding his family after being cooped up for so long, and what to expect from his new music. ⠀ @fei_bian; ⠀ @luxurylaw. Ricky wears coat and pants by @berluti
The famous singer also spoke about the paralysis of his concert tour last February in Puerto Rico, the anxiety that initially caused him social distancing due to the covid-19 pandemic, his new albums Pause and Play, his life during his quarantine, the beginnings of his musical career and his philanthropic work, whose mission is to educate and prevent human trafficking.
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Father. King of Latin Pop. Activist. Since his early days in the Latin boy band #Menudo, #RickyMartin has used his platform and celebrity to shine a light on important topics. Then, it was as an ambassador for #UNICEF. But in 2000, he launched @rm_foundation which he's used to wage a global war on child trafficking. “If I don’t do something, I’m allowing it to happen,” the star explains of his efforts. "If I have the platform that social media has given me to talk to 75 million people, it would be horrible not to talk about the things that people need to hear." But he's not just firing off tweets. Last summer, the performer flew to his native Puerto Rico to call for the resignation of Governor Ricardo Rosselló whose misogynistic and homophobic messages had been exposed. Martin was there, in the thick of a reported 2 million people in the streets waving flags, and demanding justice. After 15 days, the people got what they asked for. “One thing that I'm going to always take with me is that after those days protesting, my kids would wait for me back home, and I knew that they will become revolutionaries because of the passion that we have towards social justice and fairness for all, ”says @Ricky_Martin. Read the full story at the link in bio. @fei_bian; ⠀ @luxurylaw. Turtleneck and trousers by @berluti. Necklace by @joomilim
I always thought I was going to be able to do this as long as I wanted, even if I looked ridiculous on stage at 70 with a cane, it was my option, he said.
However, the emotions found by the stoppage that the pandemic forced him to channel them through music and turned the album that was on the agenda, Movimiento - as he called his tour - into two EPs, Pause and Play.