Camilo Y Eva Luna received a lot of criticism for Macchu Picchu, the recent issue that had nothing to do with the Inca citadel. However, many followers of the Colombian and the Venezuelan have fallen in love with the subject and have wanted to demonstrate their steps in this place.
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The tiktoker @ ruthmarrufo12, who was in Machu Picchu, wanted to record himself dancing to the song that went viral in recent weeks. The young woman was already preparing to take her steps when someone, apparently a guardian of the archaeological site, told her that she could not do that.
“They tell me that tiktoks are forbidden, why?” wonders the user of a little more than 100,000 followers on the social network.
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TikTok se divided into some users supporting her while others mentioned that she should not do that and, above all, enjoy Macchu Picchu, which is one of the wonders of the world and many tourists always want to go to that magical place.
“But I don’t understand the need to record a TikTok while in front of a wonder of the world”, commented a user on the social network.
“Because I love it and I want to share it”, was the response of the tiktoker, which was not shared by many users, who called her spoiled, because it was only a comment to make her see if she was wrong.
PERUVIANS ANNOYED WITH CAMILO AND EVALUNA
Camilo Echeverry Y Evaluna Montaner have millions of followers in the world, but in Peru they have a large number of fans who They were waiting for his new song: “Machu Picchu”, the same one that was released at noon on Monday, March 1, through all music platforms and social networks. However, for many the premiere was a real fiasco, as the theme did not do anything of honor to our historic Inca citadel. Users regretted such a lack of respect for our culture and so they made it known to the couple of singers.
In an interview for the magazine Somos. prior to the release of his new song, which is part of his album My hands, Camilo argued that this song is a “Gift” of gratitude to Peru, for being the first country where their music was accepted.
“That was 100% intentional. I am a fan of our Andean aesthetic. I do not feel that Peru and Colombia are far away, they are little brothers. We are the same people and our cultural identity is everything. I am not a student of the subject, but it is a tribute in a very honest way ”, he told the magazine.
WHY IS IT CALLED MACHU PICCHU?
As explained Camilo, Macchu Picchu It is a song of gratitude to Peru for the welcome it has given to his career. “It was the first country that opened the doors to my music... I have not been able to travel all of Peru yet, but I dreamed of making a song that, even if it was love, had at its center the sound of the country, which is also shared by all the Andean nations. For that I was helped by a gift that the tribe of Peru gave me, a charango that I explore a little every day. Cinematographically I love the name of the song because it narrates the feeling of what this song means to me ”, said in singer.
WHY THE INDIGNATION?
Despite the love of Camilo Echeverry towards Peru, his new song was a great disappointment for his fans in our country, because the analogy he uses to refer to Macchu Picchu It was not the best and has been widely criticized for it. His followers immediately ran to his Instagram account, where they mentioned that the title was too big for the song or that they did a good marketing to call it that.
According to furious comments from outraged Peruvians, Camilo has taken advantage of the image of Machu Picchu to have views and be a trend with the song.
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