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New Bad Bunny Music Video For ‘Chambea’ Features Ric Flair The Natureboy And Mad Bling

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Bad Bunny’s new music video for his song “Chambea” features Ric Flair, the loud mouth nature boy from pro-wrestling fame — and that’s the tamest part of the video. Bunny sports a loud tropical yellow suit with red and green accents, which looks a lot like your abuela’s curtains from the 80’s and 90’s, which also match the VHS tuning filter that comes in and out throughout.

Flair appears next to Bunny on a rooftop exclaiming his famous hyperbole and shouting “Woo!”

The 68 year-old recently revealed on a wrestling podcast that he was on a drinking bender when his intestines burst open back in August. He was hospitalized and in a coma for 10 days. He still somehow managed to do his trade mark “Woo!” here with Bad Bunny even though it sounds like he probably should be resting his lungs. Can’t stay young forever, Natureboy.

The video clocking in at just under four minutes, manages to pack a bunch of weirdness in.

Just watching these two on a rooftop jumping around feels weird. Flair is probably thinking to himself, “Who is this dude? How did I get up here? Have I taken my fiber?”

You can’t deny there was clearly a lot of bling on this set.

Bunny captioned this on his Instagram with “BE THE ROLEX WEARIN’, DIAMOND RING WEARIN’, KISS STEALIN’, WHEELIN’ DEALIN’, LIMOUSINE RIDIN’, JET FLYIN’ SON OF A GUN!”

Less dope however is how the music video shows women.

The video takes us through what appears to be a house party between Bunny and his crew and a few scantily clad women, who aren’t doing much but twerking and sucking lollipops. The dancing and bikinis are par for the course now for music videos like these, but you start to wonder is that all that Rap, Reggaeton and Latin Trap videos have to offer? Outside of being problematic, it’s kind of lazy at this point.

Oh, there’s also a monkey humping a sofa and chewing on money, I shit you not.

The song bumps, even if the video is questionable, except for this one dope moment between Bunny and his die hard fans.

His fans love him, there’s no two ways about it. But maybe let’s do better when it comes to how we treat and show women in Latin Trap videos? It doesn’t seem like anyone knows how to these days.


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Disney's 'Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors' Is Diverse AF And Will Even Include A Queer Latina

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Disney’s ‘Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors’ Is Diverse AF And Will Even Include A Queer Latina

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A new generation of Marvel superheroes are getting ready to shine.

“Marvel Rising: Secret Warrior” is gearing up for it’s 2018 debut with a four-episode digital series at the beginning of the year focusing on Spider-Gwen. A full-length feature film will be released later in the year, and it will star a diverse, young cast. Disney has not announced where the show will stream, but they are terminating their contract with Netflix in 2019 to focus on their own streaming platform.

“We wanted to show the world that these heroes are important to the Marvel universe,” says Sana Amanat, director of content and character development at Marvel, in the press video. “[Also] that there is a character for every kind of Marvel fan out there.”

Latino audiences will get to see themselves reflected thanks to the help of actors Tyler Posey from MTV’s “Teen Wolf” and Cierra Ramirez from Freeform’s “The Fosters.”

Tyler Posey will be voicing Inferno, aka Dante Pertuz.

CREDIT: @tylerposey58 / Instagram / Marvel HQ / YouTube

“He’s himself. He’s completely himself,” Posey says in the promo video. “He’s not trying to be anybody else. I really dig that.”

Cierra Ramirez will be voicing America Chavez.

CREDIT: @cierraramirez / Instagram / Marvel HQ / YouTube

“Super excited to announce that I will be voicing the powerhouse America Chavez, aka Miss America (who you definitely don’t wanna run into in a dark alleyway ?),” Ramirez wrote in Instagram. “There is truly a hero in this for every Marvel fan ❤️. Proud to be apart of this!”

Clearly the fans are ready for this.

https://twitter.com/evanstns/status/938917335653425152

Who else is thrilled to see some badass superheroes of color take on evil?


READ: Say Hello To America Chavez, The Badass Queer Latina Marvel Superhero

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