One of the most popular bands from the Latino world is Grupo Firme, who have a large fan base and often perform at major music festivals. However, some people have wondered about the band's connection with the LGBTQ community. The answer to this question is that the group's frontman, Eduin Caz, is gay. He has also openly spoken about his sexuality in the past. The band's latest music, including their cover of "Watermelon Sugar" by Harry Styles, further supports their views on the matter.
Eduin Caz, the vocalist for Grupo Firme, recently released a video where he discussed his sexuality with his brother Jhonny. The pair were able to talk openly about the subject and share stories about their lives together. Eduin has made it clear that his family always knew that he was gay and that he is not ashamed of who he is.
After the release of the video, many people were surprised by how open the members of the band are about their personal lives. While there have been some homophobic reactions online, it seems like the majority of fans appreciate that the band is being so candid about their lives and are embracing diversity.
In fact, during a recent performance at Coachella, the band did a cover of Eden Muez's El Amor No Fue Pa Mi, which features the singer falling in love with a man. Despite the controversial lyrics, Jhonny was confident when he announced that he is gay, and that he is not afraid to be himself.