Florinda Meza denies lawsuit against Shakira
The Mexican actress set the record straight on Twitter, saying reports of a suit were false.
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"To all public opinion: The news that I am going to sue Shakira is FALSE. Sometimes, in order to sell or gain likes, the media and social networks invent stories There is no basis in this news. I have never stated anything about it. It is a lie," said Mexican actress Florinda Meza.
The release comes after different media outlets claimed that Meza would sue Shakira for the dance she performed in the music video of "Te Felicito." They said that the Colombian's dance steps were very similar to what is known as "garrotera" from El Chavo del Ocho, the alleged reason she was going to court against Shakira.
Meza also responded to the comments of her followers, who also thought the situation was pure rumor that didn't need to be addressed. However, the actress said that journalists called her to ask her about the process and fans even asked her not to sue the singer.
"Believe it or not, I was called by several journalists to know if it was true. And many fans asked me seriously. And if I'm clarifying it now, it's because they started telling me to please, please don't sue her, as if that was real. I send you a hug," Meza said.
In April, the song not only caught the attention of fans for its rhythm, but also for the dance performed by Shakira and Puerto Rican singer Rauw Alejandro.
Shakira said in an interview with Jimmy Fallon that her children were the ones who came up with the idea for the futuristic concept of the video and the robot dance.
The song has more than 300 million views on YouTube and is a worldwide hit.
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