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Mulheres no Clip da Copa

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Mulheres no Clip da Copa

Lots of Brazilian women and men were unsatisfied with the Official World Cup song “We Are One (Ole Ola),” by Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez, and Cláudia Leitte. Not only because they feel musically underrepresented- with Leitte, the only Brazilian artist included  singing for a few seconds, but because of the depiction of their country in the recently-launched video. I noticed particularly how the majority of women were dressed as samba-dancers as others wore mini shorts and tops, displaying all their voluptuousness. What do you think? Is Brazil well represented in the video? What’s the image of Brazilian women that it promotes?

Author: Valeria Ricciulli

I am a Colombian journalist passionate about the merging of media and truth for the sake of social change. I love travelling, dancing salsa, learning Romance Languages and eating exotic foods.

One thought on “Mulheres no Clip da Copa

  1. I believe that as long as the women dancing in the video have respect for themselves and for what they do for a living, there is nothing to complain about.

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