This Latina Just Modernized The Most Iconic Frida Kahlo Portraits

Becky G just gave Frida Kahlo’s iconic looks a modern twist and proved once again that our beauty transcends generations.

Frida Look #1


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Frida on Bench, 1939.

Photographed by Nickolas Muray.

Becky G’s Version

Becky G totally owned this look by adding a hint of chola with the flannel and a bandana instead of a floral crown.

Frida Kahlo Look #2


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Self-potrait with Monkeys, 1943.

Becky G Version

@emiliosanchez anothaaaa one ??❤️

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We’d like to call this, “Portrait with Chihuahua.” Becky G is embracing Latina beauty by serving us strong brows, trenzas and a dark lip. Can we bow down to her makeup? No but seriously girl, give us a tutorial.

Frida Kahlo Look #3

@emiliosanchez remember this…..

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Self-portrait, 1948.

Becky G Version

And then we made this @emiliosanchez ☺️?

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The fashion is on point, the beauty, the culture. Look too fast and you’ll miss all that Tapatío in the stashed in the background. We want to know if this is how she goes dressed to her local grocery store because if she does, yes girl slay.

Frida Kahlo Look #4

I loved this picture so much…..

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Frida in New York, 1946.

Photographed by Nickolas Muray.

Becky G Version

So I recreated it my own way…

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Damn right she recreated it, and we love everything about it.

What’s your favorite Becky G / Frida Kahlo look?

This Venezuelan Woman's Desperate Pleas For Help Will Break Your Heart

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This Venezuelan Woman’s Desperate Pleas For Help Will Break Your Heart

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Patricia Tagliaferri is a Venezuelan woman with a message: “We need help.” Venezuela has been in the grips of a major recession. Basic household goods like tampons, food and even toilet paper have become scarce. How bad is inflation in Venezuela? A cheeseburger will run you $170 dollars. This woman’s cries for help puts a human face on the Venezuelan crisis.

Patricia Tagliaferri is begging the world to start paying attention to the troubles impacting Venezuela.

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Tagliaferri, a college graduate with a degree in computer sciences, cannot afford enough to make ends meet, even though she has a job in the public sector.

She is heartbroken over the life that her 2-year-old will inherit. “He deserves a better future than this,” she said in the video.

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Tagliaferri admits that her mother, who lives outside of Venezuela, is able to help her by sending money.

But even with the help of her mother, Tagliaferri is still stuck in a horrible situation, where food is becoming scarce.

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Food is becoming so scarce in Venezuela that people are looting grocery stores and overturning trucks to steal food. People are brawling in Venezuela for food as grocery stores sit empty with nothing to offer their customers.

The night before she recorded the video, three armed men stole her car in front of her and her family. Their 2-year-old son was there to witness the robbery.

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No mother should have to fear for the life of her young child.

She is asking people to share her video to spread awareness about what is happening.

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Tagliaferri says she does not consider herself a political activist. She maintains she is simply a person who is hungry and needs the world to start paying attention to the problems affecting her country.

Watch the full video below.

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