Camila Cabello travels to the Dominican Republic, invites “a teteo”

Camila Cabello traveled to the Dominican Republic, the singer revealed without offering further details, but publishing two photos on her Instagram account with beach attire.

"Because i was hashtag living life but I was in the DOMINICAN REPUBLIC BABYYYYYY VAMO A UN TETEOOOOOO"the artist wrote.

Late Monday night, the post on Instagram, a network in which it is followed by 59.6 million users, had more than 624 thousand "I like it" and almost 5 thousand comments, including two heart emoji and one of the Dominican flag of the bachata singer Prince Royce.

Famous for songs like "Havana", "Miss" Y "Don’t go yet",Cabello was born in Cuba to a Cuban mother and a Mexican father.

At 24, the Cuban-American artist feels "stronger and more connected" with its Latin roots.

"Everything I do reflects my pride in being a Latin woman and it couldn’t be otherwise. It is in my DNA and in my environment"Cabello tells Efe in a recent interview.

He does not say it with his small mouth. Tropical rhythms have always been in his music, in which he has not hesitated to also offer words in Spanish and references to his native Cuba.

His presence in the networks reflects the intense cultural duality of Miami, the city he came to from Cuba at the age of 7, and his activism has been linked to important causes for the Latino community in the United States.

Cabello does not remember her life without being aware of the difficulties in Cuba. She lived the experience of being detained on the border from Mexico to the United States.

The "scare" It was short thanks to the fact that at that time Cubans still had preferential treatment, but her father, a Mexican, had to endure a long wait to be able to meet her and her mother in Miami.

Cabello’s solidity has also been clear in the way she has reacted to criticism of her physique on social media.

"Those who take pictures of me on the beach, running, making my life like any normal person and then publish them do the same as if they got into my room. It’s a violation of my privacy and it feels horrible", criticize.

The experience gets worse "when some realize that I am like any woman. If my belly swells, I have blemishes like everyone else. It is very difficult. There are comments that have made me feel bad. I believe in eating healthy, in moving to be healthy, but I also believe that you have to take care of your mental health and defend yourself from those toxic attacks", highlights.

However, his recent comments on the networks about the need to love oneself, the bodies of "real women with curves and cellulite and stretch marks and fat", he explains, they are not only for his fans to put the photos in perspective, but to protect the youngest.

"(I did it) To protect girls, like my little sister, like my followers, who are living in a world where female beauty is based on something unreal", he argues. "You can no longer say that it is because they see models looking perfect in magazines. Now everyone seems perfect on their social networks and that is false".

 

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