Renowned Guitarist Carlos Santana Affirms Traditional Gender Identity: 'Women are Women, Men are Men'
Carlos Santana made headlines during his New Jersey concert when he took a break to address the audience about a controversial topic. The ro
Carlos Santana's Controversial Statement at New Jersey Concert
Rock legend Carlos Santana made a controversial statement during a concert in Atlantic City. After performing just one song, Santana paused his set to address the crowd for several minutes. Video footage of his comments circulated on Thursday. In the video, Santana can be heard saying, "when God made you and me, before we came out of the womb, you know who you are and what you are… a woman is a woman and a man is a man." The statement has sparked debate and garnered attention on social media.
Response to Santana's Statement
In a tweet, Greg Price expresses his belief that a person's gender is determined at birth and that a woman is a woman and a man is a man. He suggests that individuals may have thoughts or beliefs about their gender that may not align with their biological sex, but he believes that these thoughts are not right. He also mentions that he is accepting of individuals' choices and actions in their personal lives.
Santana's Support for Dave Chappelle
Santana, the rock legend, expressed support for comedian Dave Chappelle, who has faced criticism for his controversial comments. Santana referred to Chappelle as his brother and later clarified his stance on the issue in a statement to Billboard, without retracting his onstage remarks.
Emphasizing Respect and Free Will
The individual mentioned in the statement expresses their personal goal of honoring and respecting the ideals and beliefs of all individuals, regardless of their LGBTQ status. They emphasize the importance of free will and encourage others to believe and follow their hearts without fear.