Camila Cabello has never kept quiet about her immigration story!
As fans probably know, the solo singer previously penned an inspirational essay about how her family finally made it to America from Cuba. Now, in an interview with Glamour, Camila and her mom expand on their journey even further.
Speaking to the magazine, the duo recalled making the trip together. The songstress' momma Sinuhe Estrabao shared:
"We flew from Cuba to Mexico, and went by bus to the American border; it took a month. We left everyone behind, my friends, my family. My fear was that my husband wouldn't [ever] be able to come."
Camila was only six at the time when they then traveled to Miami to live with a family friend.
And while the Bad Things artist's mom was keeping her focused on studying in school, her passion for music was only growing.
The 20-year-old explained: