If you ever need to be reminded that blossoms of beauty and happiness exist in this depressing garbage heap world, subscribe to La Tigresa del Oriente’s YouTube channel. It is a golden treasure chest of flawless jewels, including her parody of Becky G and Bad Bunny’s song Mayores called Menores, which the description says “seeks to raise our protest voice against stereotypes, prejudices, discrimination of all kinds, race, age, sex, social status, etc.” A glamour icon, a stunning vocalist and an activist? As the chirrun on Twitter say (or used to say in 2012): When will your fave?
Don’t bother seeing the lesser Mayores video (aka the original one) if you haven’t already, because watching it before watching the better version (aka La Tigresa del Oriente and Robertillo’s parody) is like chewing on a Styrofoam peanut dipped in artificial beef broth before eating a perfectly cooked piece of filet mignon. Diamond experts have already declared that this gemstone of a video has a clarity grade of FL. It’s that flawless. You can tell that serious money was spent on this video from that one-of-a-kind toilet roll sculpture on the beside table to that clearance section kids store bedspread to that crucifix over the bed. Jesus died for our sins, but he also died so that a wall decoration of his crucifixion could hang over La Tigresa del Oriente’s bed in a YouTube parody video.
Get into the perfection of the Peruvian Jocelyn Wildenstein (or is Jocelyn Wildenstein the Swiss-American La Tigresa del Oriente?).
Fun fact: Most of the video is dark and that wasn’t done on purpose. Every time the sunflower from the garden of Lil Kim (or is Lil Kim a sunflower from the garden of La Tigresa del Oriente?) got in front of the lights, the bulbs burst from the flames of hotness shooting off of her. Blame science.
Pic: YouTube (Thanks Ivan!)