As we reported, Pitbull and J Balvin's new song Hey Ma with Camila Cabello for The Fate of the Furious (AKA Fast & Furious 8) was just released — and now we have a badass music video to go along with it! So fun!
Take a look at the colorful and sexy vid (above)!!!
"Funny story behind that. At first, it was me and Romeo Santos, Britney Spears was on the record. [The] Fast and Furious [team] ends up loving the record. And they brought on board J Balvin and Camila Cabello. So, it's been an interesting journey. To watch it go on to become the intro to the movie — the first huge movie franchise to shoot in Cuba — is an amazing honor."
ICYMI, E! News' Erin Lim caused quite a bit of controversy on social media after she suggested Camila Cabello should change her last name because it is "difficult to pronounce and unnecessary." Are you fucking kidding us right now??
No joke, Miz Lim made the comment while hosting her Snapchat segment called The Rundown. Obviously, this incredibly offensive suggestion had the Latin community up in arms on Twitter. As the former Fifth Harmony member is a proud Cuban-American artist, we can only imagine she appreciates her fans defending her online (below).
The singer teased the collab with a pic of the three of them together on her Instagram account (as you can see, above!) that she captioned "vroom vroom," but it's the leaked videos that REALLY have people talking!!
Below, ch-ch-check out what is reportedly Camila and Pit Bull working together on a music video in this clip of leaked video:
So, what's wrong with the picture? Well, take a look at the flag at the bottom. Then count the stars on it... DO YOU SEE?
Yup, that's 39 stars on the flag... 11 short of the 50 stars on the actual flag, and states in the union.
Twitter of course had a field day over this error, and -- after a brief panic about which states were doomed for destruction -- uncovered other times the Trump administration used the same faulty flag image: