YouTube Erupts: Mituberos Respond to Trump’s Racist Comments

Latinos around the world continue to speak out against Donal Trump’s comments about Mexicans and immigrants. Here’s what mitú’s Mituberos had to say to their millions of YouTube followers:

Daniel Fernandez

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Fernandez was so affected by Trump’s remarks, he took time from his regularly scheduled magic shenanigans to bring you this video.

“When you say, Mr. Donald Trump, that Mexico is sending its people over as if it were a government protocol, you are simply flawed sir. These are people that are quite literally and desperately seeking the basic human rights of survival.”

Oh Em Gee, It’s Eddie G!:


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Eddie G! decided to take a satirical approach with his popular loudmouthed character, Tiburcio, to show just how inane Trump’s comments were.

“Today, I saw in the noticias that a bunch of people are running for presidente of the United States: HiLARiA CLiNTON, Teodoro Cruz, El Perrito de Tejas y, the other day, El Pelón Pelo Rico también anuncio.  So because I have a better mustache than all of those people put together, I thought…¿Porque yo no?”


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It may not be the sexiest topic on the Internet, but it is provocative.  QueFish brings it home with her comments on the Trump.

“Donald Trump is super conservative. If he wins the presidency it’s going to become illegal for women to wear pants. Anything that’s not gringa or blanca will be a crime.”

READ: Chicana Trumps the Trump with Open Letter


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Dross took to YouTube to explain why we shouldn’t even bother with a man like this.

“It’s a waste of time to get offended by Donald Trump’s remarks. Why? It’s simple. Principally, he does not have any chance of becoming president of the United States…Donald Trump is no more or less than a maniacal clown trying to get attention. This is why he will never be president of the United States. This is why is he is exclusively doing it so people worldwide talk about him. This is why, in the end, we shouldn’t pay him an ounce of attention. We shouldn’t waste our time hating or detesting him.”

Gente De Confianza:

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Your three favorite gentlemen, José “El Pepe” Salazar, El Hijo Del Cielo and Geru, engage in a lively debate, er, rather just aggressively agree with each other that Trump is a clown.

“Donald Trump is a clown. He literally has the hair to be a real clown. He’s the owner of stupid businesses like Miss Universe and The Apprentice, which doesn’t interest us. Trump, you’re not going to get anywhere, you’re not going to win the Republican vote.”

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Humor Negro Makalakesh:


Humor Negro Makalakesh is the most pissed off.  Listen to him nail Trump to the wall.

“Donald Trump is a Republican and it it’s enough to listen to him para que nos encabronemos. One of his initiatives is to build a massive wall along the border because too many Mexicans are responsible for trafficking drugs and raping people… Pinche cabeza de cebolla.”

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Disturbing Video Shows Workers Feeding White Kids First At A Georgia Daycare

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Disturbing Video Shows Workers Feeding White Kids First At A Georgia Daycare

Schools and daycares are supposed to be safe spaces for kids to be able to learn and to express themselves. However, we know that isn’t always the case. For years, children have had to fear gun violence on campus, bullying, and sexual assaults.

A recent video that’s gone viral shows that even younger kids aren’t safe from trauma, as a daycare in Georgia is being accused of blatant racism against its Black kids.

Young kids are experiencing hate and racism even at places meant to be safe for them.

The Kids ‘R’ Kids daycare center in Roswell, on the outskirts of Atlanta, has been accused of racism after a father checked in to the live feed at lunch time to see how his two-year-old son was doing and noticed that the white children were all fed first while the Black children were made to wait.

Adryan McCauley told CBS46: “They were skipping all of the Black kids it seemed like. All the white kids got their lunch, and all the Black kids had to wait. From the videos and pictures that we saw today, we are just completely disturbed.”

McCauley took a screenshot which he posted to Instagram, but the full video has not been released. He added that the boy’s mother asked the nursery what had happened and was reportedly told by the director: “I’m not really sure because I’m not in the classroom, maybe it’s a dietary thing.”

One of the families was sure to share what happened with the public.

According to the Daily Mail, the family of the 2-year-old posted the screenshot to Instagram, where it went viral.

“This is truly unbelievable. You better know this won’t be the last time you hear from me on this,” user @marquis_dagreat wrote, along with the screenshot. “Why does every white kid have their food? Not one black child has food in front of them! Thank God for cameras in classrooms because there is no way to hide this racism!”

“In the year 2021 this is truly unbelievable. As blacks we always strive to send our kids to schools in Suburban area’s [sic], but I’m telling you first hand that is not always best,” they continued. “This is not a black or white issue this is simply wrong!”

The brand behind the daycare has cut ties with the Georgia location.

The corporate office responded on Thursday by calling the screenshot “disturbing” and cutting ties with the location in question. 

“Our company has decided to terminate that franchisee’s Kids ‘R’ Kids contract and branding, effective immediately, leaving them to operate independently,” President and CEO David Vinson said in the statement, posted to Instagram. “We apologize to the family, the community and all of those impacted by this situation and will use this as a learning tool to remind our Kids ‘R’ Kids staff on the importance of diversity and inclusivity.”

Vinson added that the corporate office will help locate alternate preschool options for families displaced by the decision. 

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J Balvin Gets Hot As He Chows Down On Fiery Hot Wings And Spills The Tea On All Things Balvin


J Balvin Gets Hot As He Chows Down On Fiery Hot Wings And Spills The Tea On All Things Balvin

The Prince of Reggaeton and one of the world’s most-streamed artists on both Spotify and YouTube joined the host of First We Feast for a little dish session on all things Balvin. Aside from the joys of watching Balvin devour entirely too spicy foods and salsas, we learn so much about the Colombian artist – and get to meet his dog Enzo.

J Balvin devours spicy AF wings and spills some tea in a new episode of First We Feast. 

Balvin shares how he used to be his own manager and even pretended that he was a totally separate person from J Balvin – Jose. In conversations with record labels and radio stations, he’d hype up J Balvin (as any good manager should do) and would tell those interested in booking the artist that he’d have to check in with him and make sure that his schedule would allow it. 

We learn tons of new things about the Prince of Reggaeton. 

Like apparently his first stage name was nearly Scotch Bonnet, which is a pretty amazing revelation considering it comes during a segment while he piles some Scotch Bonnet hot sauce on chicken. For those of you who don’t know, Scotch Bonnets are one of the world’s hottest chili peppers. Balvin says that his friend, rapper Fat Al, said that he should have a spicy name but Scotch Bonnet never stuck. 

And he shares why he thinks that reggaeton is outpacing the rest of the music industry.

J Balvin credits the meteoric rise of reggaeton thanks to its feel good vibes and its emotional value. He loves to make people vibe and feel something with his music.  He also gives credit where credit is due, pointing out how there are so many artists before him who have paved the way for his success.

Check out the full video here on YouTube.

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