J.Lo never broke character as she really laid down some truth via Sir Mix-a-Lot’s own words. After all, when you have a butt that can rip your costumes during a simple bow, is there a better song to do a dramatic reading for? The answer is no. And we are all here to watch the Puerto Rican superstar own the 1990s jam.
She may have only read one verse, but she did it with true passion. She does, after all, understand the struggles of having a big butt — better than Sir Mix-a-Lot.
“It is a way of reliving history in the actual moment. Not in a book,” Huerta told Mic. “And that is the feeling that I look forward to transmitting to others, Mexican or not, since the native cultures should be part of the world heritage.”
The Austin-based photographer does more than just take photos of the people in the tribes. He completely immerses himself within the group.
After witnessing the Guelaguetza, a parade and celebration of traditional Oaxaqueño customs, Huerta knew that he needed to go deeper into the group to truly capture the beauty that he saw in the parade.
“I was struck by all the colors and by the faces of the various delegations, and I wanted to know where they came from,” Huerta told The Huffington Post. “It was at that moment that I knew I had to go to their place of origin to know more about their traditions and customs and document them via my portraits.”