Rubén Albarrán unleashes controversy for breaking a Dr. Simi in concert

Café Tacvba is on tour abroad after which they will return to Mexico in October for a series of presentations in various cities

Rubén Albarrán, vocalist of Café Tacvba, became a trend after he destroyed a stuffed animal of Dr. Simi in full concert.

And it is that nowadays it has become customary in recent times to throw some stuffed animals of this character to the artists on stage.

But on this occasion, this was not to the liking of Rubén Albarrán, who after the stuffed animal was sent to him, he took it and explained that the character was not to his liking.

“Thank you very much, the detail is very nice, but the truth is that I hate Dr. Simi, sorry eh, thank you very much, thank you very much. They wanted blood, that’s right,” were the singer’s words.

Albarrán apologized first of all to the fan who gave him the stuffed animal, but moments later he took it from the head and simply destroyed it before the eyes of the followers.

The comments towards the singer have been severe even from his fans, who in social networks, in addition to criticizing the reaction of breaking a gift from his audience, have also recalled other controversial situations in which he is called “chairo” and even misogynistic to the main voice of the Mexican band.

In the video, Rubén Albarrán not only focused on ripping off the head of the stuffed animal that arrived on stage, because at the same time he made comments that infuriated the public more, since he said that the same action could not be done with “the queen”, in allusion to the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Given this action, the public has pointed out that this expression was macho, misogynistic and violet, in addition to being contradictory to the position that Café Tacvba and Rubén Albarrán himself took when, for example, they decided to modify the song “Ingrata”, as it was considered in these times as macho and violent, so the band even shared that this success would no longer be so recurrent in their concerts.