Willy Bárcenas, singer of the group Stool and son of the former treasurer of the PP Luis Bárcenas, has accused the Mallorcan rapper Valtonyc, fled to Belgium to avoid jail after being convicted of glorifying terrorism, insults and slander to the Crown, of being a "cagón" and a "posh".
The controversial vocalist of Taburete, who is immersed in full tour to make known his new album, 'Madame Ayahuasca', defends in an interview in El País the freedom of expression and criticizes that someone can go to jail for the lyrics of their songs. "Putting in jail for what you say in a song we will never see well. This can not become a persecution of artists, "says Willy Bárcenas, who nevertheless notes that" that can not give free rein to say in a concert 'we are going to kill civil guards' ", referring to some statements made by Valtonyc during a concert.
On his flight to Belgium before being imprisoned, Willy Bárcenas points out that "Valtonyc is a cagon and on top of that he is more posh than us".