Ricky Martin Says It's 'Scary' And 'Super Sad' To See Latinos Vote For Donald Trump

As we get closer and closer to finding out whether Donald Trump will serve his second term as president or whether Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden will take over, more and more celebrities are sharing their political opinions to their large platforms.

Musician Ricky Martin recently opened up about the struggles of seeing those within his community vote for someone he believes harms that community.

Ricky Martin is a very familiar name and face for most of us.

The singer, who originates from Puerto Rico, is known for his many hits in English and in Spanish like "Livin' La Vida Loca," "She Bangs," "La Bomba," "La Copa De La Vida" and more.

Ricky recently spoke out about the upcoming presidential election.

"I've been supporting Biden forever."

"I think he is the only option we have and he is great. He has been in politics all his life. This is the moment. We all need to get together and be loud about the course of this nation," Ricky said in a new interview.

Ricky was then asked how he felt about Latinos in the United States who vote for President Trump.

"It's really scary," Ricky responded, adding, "It's super sad, I think. [Trump supporters] make a lot of noise and it's scary to see their enthusiasm, but us, we're doing what's right, the right way. We'll see what happens," Ricky continued. "I'm very optimistic."

"I am a Latino, gay [and] married to an Arab living in Trump's America."

"We check all the boxes," Ricky joked.

You can watch the interview for yourself right here.

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