LOCKED IT. In full ‘Speaking Huevadas’ showJorge Luna told an acnecdote with a soccer player from the national team. The comedian revealed that Luis Advíncula ended up insulting him because he had seen his message.
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The improviser Luna, who was with Ricardo Mendoza during his show in an amphitheater, told in his last show what happened to the player. As he said, he was chatting on Instagram with the right-back of Boca Juniors.
However, he forgot to answer him and after a week Jorge Luna writes him without waiting for the reaction of Advíncula, who sent him an audio loudly insulting him.
“Oe c *** you also see the message when you c *** want right? Clown of m *** ”, the footballer is heard saying. The entire audience of the show “Talking Huevadas began to laugh out loud.
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WHAT IS TALKING EGGS?
Hablando Huevadas is a popular Peruvian YouTube channel hosted by Ricardo Mendoza and Jorge Luna in which, as its name says, they have no limits to comment, comment and make jokes on any type of subject.
Drivers use colloquial language with typical Peruvian slang. The users who are fervent followers of the space warn that the humor that is used is very crude and without licenses, which have earned them millions of reproductions on different platforms.
Jorge Luna and Ricardo Mendoza have become so popular that they have managed to get some celebrities to visit their shows to be ‘trolled’ with their particular jokes. Yahaira Plasencia, Rosa María Palacios, Aldo Miyashiro, La Uchulú, Josimar and the ‘Cóndor’ Andrés Mendoza have been some of its ‘victims’.
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