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Watch Highlights From The Concert That Just Brought Together Los Tigres Del Norte, Chicano Batman, And Ivy Queen In A Legendary Way

This past weekend in Long Beach, Calif., there was a concert event called Tropicalia that brought together a range of bands and acts that included everybody from Los Tigres del Norte, Kali Uchis, Cafe Tacuba, Chicano Batman, Celso Pina, Cuco, and many more.

Personally, I missed the event but was able to enjoy the incredible performances via my friends’ Instagram accounts from the comfort of my bed at home. Because we know I wasn’t the only one who missed out on this show, we decided to create a brief round up of our favorite moments from the event.

Also, did you know they were passing out free tacos before 4 p.m. on the day of the event? Wow.

Check out some of the highlights from this legendary concert below.

Legendary Cafe Tacvba reminded us why they’ll never go out of style.

#cafetacvba #eres #tropicalia

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Seriously, one of the best bands of all time.

Ivy Queen gave her fans chills.

She gave me chills #ivyqueen #tropicalia

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Ivy was there to represent for women everywhere.

Chicano Batman continued to ride the wave they’ve been riding.


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Have you heard their new album? FIRE.

Did I mention THE DELFONICS also performed?


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Wow, bringing me all the way back.


“La Puerte Negra” is my fave, but this song is also definitely up there.

Kali Uchis brought the crowd to all their feels.

Cuco, the hometown hero, definitely did his thing.

There were countless others, but these were our personal favorites. Can the concert organizers please bring this back next year?

READ: With One Major Benefit Concert, J.Lo And Marc Anthony Raised Millions For Disaster Relief

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Here's What People Think About Louis C.K. Not Saying 'Sorry' In His Apology

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Here’s What People Think About Louis C.K. Not Saying ‘Sorry’ In His Apology

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Louis C.K. is the latest entertainer who has been accused of a long history of sexual misconduct.

On Thursday, The New York Times reported on five women who all claim that Louis C.K. masturbated or asked to masturbate in front of them. Dana Min Goodman, Julia Wolov, Abby Schachner, Rebecca Corry and an unnamed woman shared their stories with the publication, coming forward after years of rumors about this behavior from the comedian. In the past, Louis has denied the rumors, but the bombshell NYT story led him to cancel his appearance on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” and the New York premiere of his new movie “I Love You, Daddy.”

 While Louis admitted to the allegations, writing “these stories are true” in his statement, some are calling his response a non-apology. That has made a bad situation worse.

In his statement, not once does the comedian say “I’m sorry,” though he does mention feeling regret and remorse.

Rather, he mentions his “dick” twice, discusses his projects, including “I Love You, Daddy,” and repeatedly mentions that’s he’s widely admired in the comedy world and took advantage of that. Here’s what people on Twitter had to say about his statement.

People were quick to point out that Louis never used the word “sorry.”

The whole apology reads as a self-hating manifesto about a man who couldn’t control his urges. He makes a point to say that, in the past, he never thought anything was wrong with what he did because he asked first.

Saying he asked before exposing his penis enraged many, and sounded like a child caught doing something wrong yet backpedalling to avoid getting in trouble.

☝? ☝? This!

Many couldn’t believe the amount of people praising the comedian for admitting fault.

Sure, he admitted to his behavior. However, for years he denied, which caused the women who have come forward to have serious issues and moments of discomfort in their career. And, again, he doesn’t apologize. Instead, he says he should have been more responsible with the glowing admiration he received from his colleagues.

Seriously. People could not stand all the love the “apology” was getting.


This Twitter user came up with a challenge to show how off the mark the statement is from an apology.

I barely got a few sentences in.

The publication Quartz took on the task of editing the statement so it could look like a real apology.

That’s a lot of red ink.

The statement did, however, give the world a few solid take aways.

Namely, the world learned that some older men are finally learning that unwanted flashing is a big no-no.


READ: 6 Actresses Accuse Cuban-American Director Brett Ratner Of Sexual Assault

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