Sebastián Yatra and the temptation to be unfaithful: his controversial opinion on love and open relationships

Sebastian Yatra He became known for his music, although, over time, his personal life also began to arouse great interest. In fact, the Colombian artist has made headlines for his courtship with Tini and, later, with Aitana, relationships that he lived with intensity despite their short duration. Of course, they left him some reflections on the evolution of ties in the 21st century.

The singer recently spoke about it with Vicky Martín Berrocal, who asked him on his podcast about his idea of ​​love. She started her first “serious” relationship when she was 21 years old. At that time he was dating a young woman named Sofia, and he dedicated his first songs to her. Then the author of Cupid y Miéntemebut they cut it during the pandemic.

The musician broke up with the young woman because he did not feel ready to be in a relationship. He himself said a few days ago that he felt like he was losing his “individuality.” His second breakup, which was with Aitana, came last November, a year after starting their relationship.

“These two relationships have been more love, mutual, where I feel good and it has been very nice,” Yatra told the designer, to whom she assured that she has always been faithful. Of course, he believes that if these courtships had lasted more than a year, he would have encountered some doubts. “That has been my limit, but it happens to me that I say: 'If I had a relationship longer, I would want to be unfaithful even if I was in love with someone.'

“You're in a relationship and you start to limit yourself a lot, you party less to avoid liking someone. Yes, at this moment in my life with the type of life I have, I have a more open way of think about it and I don't see it as crazy to have at some point in my life a more open relationship than what we are used to,” said the singer of How to Look at You. In his opinion, “more energy” is spent than on being happy, so sometimes the ego leads to the “need to possess the other person.”