These Latinas Just Came Out Of The Closet For Trump

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If you saw a Latinas for Trump t-shirt you might lol thinking it’s ironic. But you’re dead wrong.

Latinas for Trump are here, they’re severe, and you might have to get used to it! The group had a “coming out party” on Tuesday night in Miami, involving cocktails, appetizers and plenty of Trump paraphernalia.

Denise Galvez founded the group some time after watching her first choice, Marco Rubio, go down in flames in his own state. She said she secretly supported Trump, but was “almost ashamed” to admit it. Thus the idea of Latinas for Trump was born. She wanted to create an organization that would help her fellow closeted Trump fans come out.

After Trump’s border wall proposal, kicking a Latino reporter out of his press conference, calling Mexicans “rapists,” and most recently his racist comments about a U.S. district judge, it’s no surprise these Latinas would feel embarrassed to vote for him.

The Latinas for Trump talk about their preferred presidential candidate as if he’s their star-crossed lover, “I was in the closet since August of last year,” said Lisa Concepcion, a Puerto-Rican New Yorker. “I think the momentum he was gaining made it feel it was time for me to come out.”

The group has quickly swelled to over 250 members.

Read more about Latinas for Trump here.

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Courageous or crazy? What do you think of Latinas for Trump?

Romeo Santos Can Now Add CEO To His Resume


Romeo Santos Can Now Add CEO To His Resume

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Highest-grossing Latino singer Romeo Santos, who was named Billboard’s Top Latin Artist in 2014 and 2015, can now add the CEO to his resume.

Roc Nation, owned by Jay Z himself, has asked Santos to lead the way in their new label: Roc Nation Latino. Jay Z made a gleeful statement welcoming Santos aboard. “This is a tremendous step for Roc Nation,” said Jay. “We recognize there is a huge Latin market that is a part of global culture. We’re proud and ready to enter into true partnership with an individual that intimately lives and knows that culture.”


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Apparently the conversation between Santos and Z started four years ago and finally came to fruition. As Latino music takes center stage in America, big business wants to milk it for the cash cow it is, and Jay Z is no exception.

In an interview with Billboard, the “Odio” singer confessed he’s always “idolized” Jay Z“We both come from the ‘hood and he gets it.” Santos will also be co-managed by Roc Nation along with his longtime manager Johnny Marines who is president of Roc Nation Latin.

Santos is quite happy to take a greater leadership role in the Latino music industry, as he told billboard, “This is my way of giving back.”

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