Don Omar’s forceful message for his illness: “Today yes, but tomorrow I won’t have cancer”

Don Omar’s forceful message for his illness: “Today yes, but tomorrow I won’t have cancer”
Don Omar’s forceful message for his illness: “Today yes, but tomorrow I won’t have cancer”


The renowned singer Don Omar, pioneer of reggaetonshared shocking news through their social networks. The artist, whose real name is William Omar Landrón, announced that he has cancer. Although he did not provide details of the illness, the author of hits like Kuduro Dance and Dale Don Dale He posted a message on his Instagram account to inform his followers of the situation.

In the image he released he is seen with a bracelet from the Orlando Health medical center in the United States. Meanwhile, he accompanied the publication with an optimistic phrase: “Today yes, but tomorrow I won’t have cancer. Good intentions are well received. See you soon”. Finally, he added the hashtag #FuckCancer.

The image that Don Omar published on his networks to announce that he has cancerInstagram @DonOmar

The announcement has triggered a wave of support and solidarity by colleagues and followers around the world. In less than four hours, the publication obtained more than 150 thousand likes and comments. Among the messages, figures from the world of music stand out such as Sean Paul, who wrote: “Keep your head up, brother. Health is a blessing.” Paulo Londra commented: “Genius forces, God is with you, accompanying you everywhere.”

To date, the specificities of the disease and the treatment it faces are unknown. Don Omar. Meanwhile, his followers and various figures in the music industry have responded with expressions of affection and words of encouragement. The news has resonated deeply in the artistic community and among his millions of followers, who have flooded digital platforms with positive messages and wishes for a speedy recovery for the artist.

Don Omar received multiple supports on his social networks after announcing that he has cancerInstagram image @donomar

Don Omar, with his global impact on urban music, has been a key figure in the popularization of reggaeton internationally. In statements shared by RollingStone Magazine, the Puerto Rican singer explained this phenomenon like this: “I gave the rhythm that touch of: ‘We are sons of bitches, but we respect you.’ Nobody wanted to hear ‘Even though you lefta tell him, a ‘Poor devil’… But they listened to me and the genre opened up. Now there are exponents who only want to sell gasoline. But Don Omar doesn’t want to sell you anything. Don Omar is real”.

A month ago, the singer was honored by the Higher Center for Research and Promotion of Music of the Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM). The recognition highlighted his role as a pioneer within the urban music genre. The event was a tribute to his extensive and successful career, full of stainless hits that marked an entire generation.

Don Omar was a pioneer in reggaeton and exported his music to the whole worldRBF – RBF

“We are beyond excited to thank the UAM community for this incredible recognition. Urban music is about making the voice of social change resonate around the world. Inspired by our rich Caribbean roots, we have created melodies that resonate deeply, especially with youth. Music breaks all barriers, and to be celebrated here is a great honor, a true milestone for the future of music,” said Don Omar in his gratitude to the organization.


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