Coque Malla posted a message on social media on Monday after VOX España used his song 'I can not live without you' in its rally this Sunday at the Vistalegre Palace in Madrid.
"I do not know if VOX Spain, the ultra right party that has used without permission (they have a perfect right to do it, what are we going to do) my song 'I can not live without you' in one of their meetings, you know that half Spain thinks it's a song dedicated to cocaine … I say that because they have gotten a bit of a leg, "the musician says in the text collected by Europa Press.
I do not know if VOX Spain, the ultra right party that has used without permission (they have the perfect right to do it, that we are going to do) my song "I can not live without you" at a rally, knows that half of Spain thinks it is a song dedicated to cocaine … https://t.co/1Z8aMaS9CK pic.twitter.com/DNOMsbTSny
– Coque Malla (@Coque_Malla) October 8, 2018
"But do not worry, gentlemen of Vox, the other half, knows the true inspiration of the song, which is none other than the homosexual relationship between two very dear gay friends, who had a really bad time because of intolerance and homophobic stupidity. For friendship and solidarity, I wrote that beautiful song, which has helped them so much in their life as a couple, "he clarified.
Coque Malla points out that as it "costs him work" that VOX supports "nothing that has to do with cocaine", he is inclined to think that " they have finally opened their minds and embraced the homosexual cause"" If so, I congratulate you sincerely; it is an example, that a right-wing party supports equality of rights and freedom of sexual choice, "he added.
On Twitter, the message accumulates more than 1,500 retweets in less than an hour, as well as 2,400 likes. On Facebook the figures are similar with 2,400 likes and more than 1,500 times shared in 52 minutes, with almost three hundred comments. The publication is accompanied by a short video in which Coque Malla sends a kiss to the camera.