Yo Soy Mexicana

I will proudly scream I am Mexican
I will raise my flag high and mighty
I will speak my broken Spanish– the language torn from me at birth
I will wear my culture on mi cuerpo:
Los serapes, off the shoulder floral tops (clothes we made that gringas copy), everything with crazy bright colors
I will dance bachata, merengue, y banda
I will blast mariachi music
I will love my naturally sun kissed skin, I will cherish mis abuelos y papas moreno skin
I will sing Mexican songs at the top of my lungs
I will not apologize when my “ghetto” mexican accent comes out
I will eat and cook all the recipes mi abuelita and other strong Mexican women make:
Los tamales, las empeñadas, y el pozole
I will drink jarritos
I will drink my “cinnamon rice water”– its called horchata by the way
I will not be ashamed of who I am, of who my people are
I will mourn for the families torn apart by border control
I will achieve all the dreams they tried to come here for, I will do it for them
I will take back my culture:
My clothes, my food, my music, my language, my holidays, MY LAND

Marisol (Mia) Vela

Me: Hi, can I have ARTPOP P 2, the sequel to Telephone, the Edge of Glory video, the ARTPOP app, the SuperBowl documentary, the Cake video, the Venus video, the Do What U Want video, the Cure video, the mariachi version of Americano, the longer version of Bad Kids, the rest of the making Joanne videos, #GagaInSpace…

Gaga: Could you shut up a second?

if you’re not mexican and you celebrate cinco de mayo it’s fine, whatever, but if you celebrate cinco de mayo with sombreros and fake moustaches and fucking ponchos and shit go fuck yourself, it’s ok if you want an excuse to party and get fucked up without even knowing what the actual holiday is, but why do you have to mock the stereotype appearance you have given to mexicans lmao

Javier Solís, Jorge Negrete, Lola Beltrán, Pedro Infante, José Alfredo Jiménez, Rocío Dúrcal y Antonio Aguilar

This was at this mexican restaurant near my house. it’s so awesome i sit facing it every time i go.


Él es un bailarín tonto!

La Leyenda de Zelda, An epic tale about a lone Mariachi waking with no memory of who he was before. Through his journeys, he learns of his destiny to defeat Calamity Ganon and save the Princesa Zelda. Truly an epic tale that will stand the tests of time, it also ends with a sick mariachi battle.