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Si Quieres Quedar Bien With Your Colombian Mother In Law, Take Down These Notes

La suegra is the fastest way to your lover’s heart. If you’re dating a Colombian, winning over your sweetheart’s mom can be a bit challenging. This guide will make the challenge way easier.

Do your homework: you must know where she’s from.

And make every word in your homework is spelled correctly.

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Learn your steps.

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You really want to earn her heart? Enter through her stomach.

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Don’t talk like they do in “Narcos.”

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Remove the word “parce” from your vocabulary. Just delete it.

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Tell her her two-hour glam is the most fabulous makeup job you’ve ever seen.

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Her arepas should be your favorite arepas.

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School yourself on things that matter to her.

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But above all, love Colombia.

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Pablo Escobar’s Opens Up About Being Rescued By An MI6 Agent During A Shootout That Killed His Mom

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Pablo Escobar’s Opens Up About Being Rescued By An MI6 Agent During A Shootout That Killed His Mom

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Pablo Escobar is one of the most notorious drug lords to ever be. Years later, his story continues to unfold and this time it is because of his first-born son who was adopted by an MI6 agent.

A man in Europe has come forward as Pablo Escobar’s long-lost first-born son.

Roberto Sendoya Escobar, who lives in Mallorca, Spain under his adopted name of Phillip Witcomb, first found out that he was Pablo Escobar’s son in 1989. His adoptive father, an MI6 agent, told him when he was 24. Since then, Roberto Escobar has been trying to figure out how to absorb this identity into his life.

In an interview with BBC Newsnight, Roberto admitted to never really knowing who Pablo was at first.

After his adoptive father told him the news, Roberto had to do some research to figure out who Pablo was. However, Roberto did spend time going back to Colombia with his dad and met Pablo. The reason was that his adoptive father was still trying to keep Pablo close for his own undercover work.

“I just remember the smell of the guy and I also remember, to be honest with you, a bit intimidated,” Roberto recalls. “I was quite a young child and I didn’t really understand what was going on.”

While he barely remembers, Roberto’s adoptive dad rescued him after a shoot out that killed his mom.

In his interview with BBC Newsnight, Roberto says he doesn’t remember the shoot out because he was an infant. However, he does have random moments of remembering big flashes of the gunfight but nothing of a coherent memory of the shooting.

It was during that shootout that Roberto’s adoptive father discovered him and adopted him. When Roberto was older he was sent to boarding school in the U.K. and grew up as part of the Witcomb family.

You can watch the rest of the interview and learn about the series of events leading to the revelation.

Realy goes to show that some people have a lot to learn about their own pasts. Some times things are not close to what they seem.

READ: Pablo Escobar Once Had Four Pet Hippos, Now There’s More Than 80 And They’re Destroying Colombia’s Ecosystem

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The Jonas Brothers And Karol G’s New Video For ‘X’ Is Finally Here

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The Jonas Brothers And Karol G’s New Video For ‘X’ Is Finally Here

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There is something so special about the content that is being created right now. We are all having to find new ways to create content and connect with the world that is locked down around us. It isn’t just regular people who are stuck at home having to do it. Celebrities are having to find ways to make things happen to keep their fans happy and entertained. This means that music videos are not going to be the same.

The Jonas Brother and Karol G didn’t let the COVID-19 quarantines stop them from making a new music video.

“Uh-la-la, by the pool, we’re singing bailando.”

ICYMI, the Jonas Brothers are a thing again meaning that all of our teen obsessions with them are coming back. We didn’t know how much we needed them back in our lives until they came back. They’ve been back for a little over a year and it is still kind of surreal to see them back at after their very public split back in the day.

We first got some new music from the Jonas Brothers in the early part of 2019. The fanbase was reenergized and now they are bringing Spanish-speaking fans into the fold. Colombian singer Karol G joins the boys on their new single “X” and the music video is finally out.

The Jonas Brothers and Karol G gave the world a socially distanced music video for their new single “X.”

Fans are excited to hear the new music. There is more to love here than just our teenage selves fangirling internally. For some fans, the inclusion of Karol G’s Spanish verse brings a moment of representation, which still matters. The song is an upbeat dance number that we can all get into. After all, we can all use a moment to forget everything happening and spend some time doing something physical.

The quarantine influence is something fans appreciate seeing.

We are all isolating and it is nice to see other people taking it seriously. The music video is proof that it is possible to be in self-isolation while still producing and creating some fun content. We have seen no lack of fun quarantine inspired content.

We should also all take a moment to celebrate Karol G.

Karol G is pretty new to the scene and her star is clearly on the rise. The Colombian singer first broke through after releasing “Unstoppable.” Her debut album was celebrated within the Latin trap movement as the first solid entry by a woman into the genre.

After a couple of years on the scene, the English-language audience is now catching on to the incredible talent. Her brief moment on “X” is more than just a feature. The Latina owned her part and, arguably, brought the fire that made the song the bop it has the potential to become.

Karol G’s fans are here to support and promote the singer’s latest collab.

Karol G’s appearance in the video sets her apart as the most important part of the video. Let’s be honest. Most of us are only watching the video to see the young Karol G break through the noise. Her verse just slaps and the Jonas Brothers are better for having her involved in this project.

The graduating class of 2020 was given a special performance of “X” as part of the television special “Graduate Together.”

Congratulations, again, to all of the people who just graduated from high school. You got this.

READ: TV Special “Graduate Together” Gave The Class Of 2020 A Special Send-Off

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