Becky G asked her grandparents for their blessing before she took her relationship with Sebastian Lletget to the next level and moved in with him.
Becky G asked her grandparents' permission before she moved in with her boyfriend.
The 21-year-old singer has made no secret of the fact that she believes women should be given equal choices as men in today's society, but that didn't stop her asking for her grandma and grandpa's blessing before she took her relationship with her partner Sebastian Lletget to the next level because of her ethnic background.
Speaking to 'Entertainment Tonight', she said: ''Obviously being Mexican, we don't move out until we're married. And I remember speaking to my grandparents about it, and they gave me their blessing because I didn't want them to feel uncomfortable.
''I value family morals and those traditions, but at the same time, I'm like, 'Yo, try before you buy!' You know, like, you gotta make sure that there's not things that drive you crazy.''
And living together seems to be working out for the pair as they are stronger than ever.
She explained: ''Don't get me wrong, I'm not wasting my time here, but at the same time, it's like, there's no guarantee in anything, really. I think that's why we've made it as far as we have because we have that approach of, 'Enjoy it while we have it.'''
Despite being in a relationship with Sebastian for two years, Becky doesn't hold back when it comes to stripping off and flashing the flesh on social media and in her videos.
She said: ''My definition of [feminism] is different than, I think, a lot of people's. I'm not saying that we have to live in a girls-only world. That's not at all what I'm saying. I'm just saying that maybe, you know, we don't have to be treated so differently.
''Why is it OK for a guy to have a bunch of half-naked girls in their videos and not be a big deal, but when a woman decides to put on lingerie and be sexy and be cute and it's her decision, that's when it's like, 'Oh my god, it's the end of the world!'
''I think that's so ridiculous [when people say women can't be sexy and a feminist]. Women already get put in boxes and [have] so much pressure to look a certain way, to act a certain way, just from society. Especially Latinas, since we were kids, they tell us that we have to be good mothers, good wives, learn how to iron the clothes and wash the dishes and cook the food, and that's all we can do. God forbid my daughter one day wants to be a lawyer, a teacher, a doctor, maybe even a pop star! We're told no from such a young age, but guys just get to, since they were kids, get to run around and do as they please until they're adults and still act like boys, and it's not a big deal. So for me, who am I, as a woman, to tell another woman [how to live their life]?''
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