Anger in Mykonos Over Bizarre Music Video



A video clip shot in Mykonos by Latin singers J Balvin and Bad Bunny has caused anger in the Greek island, as locals say it portrays their homeland in a negative light.

In the bizarre clip filmed by director Colin Tilley, the pop stars are seen in creepy masks and bloody make-up terrorizing the island.

They are joined by a just-as-equally terrifying squad, wearing all-black outfits and flaunting their best zombie moves. There’s even a giant creature crawling out of the sea.

According to Mykonoslive.tv, many people have complained claiming that the clip is of bad taste by presenting the cosmopolitan island as home to punks, black crows fluttering in the sky and rivers of blood running between churches.

John (Giannis) Galatis, a veteran costume designer and a long-term resident of Mykonos, condemned the authorities who allowed such a shoot to take place on his island.

“I cannot believe they got permission to make this horrid video clip here,” Galatis said.