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‘Mi baby fiu fiu’, the song that recounts an alleged presidential infidelity, tops Spotify’s Viral 50 Global list

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The song created by the Peruvian Tito Silva began his rise to fame on YouTube, where it has already exceeded 100 million views, and now through TikTok, after he and his team produced it in May. Last Saturday, during his live on Instagram, the regaetonero Bad Bunny hummed it and the Peruvian followers of the Puerto Rican musician made that interpretation even more viral.

The lyrics are inspired by the alleged infidelity case of former Peruvian president Martín Vizcarra (2018 to 2020), who was involved in a great controversy for cheating on his wife with former congressional candidate Zully Ramírez.

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In mid-June, the Peruvian political environment was shaken, because Martín Vizcarra and the former candidate for Congress for Somos Perú, Zully Pinchi, would have met in a hotel in the city of Cusco. The relevance and controversy arises because the former head of state has been married, for more than 30 years, to Maribel Díaz Cabello. In the song, the voice of Vizcarra is heard, who denies his alleged infidelity and reaffirms that the only woman he loves is his wife.

Silva would have used some of the messages that Vizcarra and Ramírez allegedly sent each other on WhatsApp, as well as some poems she published in 2014. The music is a remix of the song ‘Stan’ by Eminem. However, regarding the video of ‘Mi bebito fiu fiu’, Tito Silva maintained that everything is fiction and that it should not be misunderstood.

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Peruvian social networks explain that I emerged as a parody, but now it has become a success that has crossed its borders. (AND)

Source: Eluniverso

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