Marshmallow ruled on the statements that Bartola issued in an interview for Moloko Podcast, on YouTube, on September 15. In a conversation with Carlos Orozco and Hugo Lezama el ‘Barbas’, from Cinesmero, the Creole singer stated that she does not feel Afro-Peruvian, but only Peruvian.
His words opened a debate on social networks, especially on Twitter, where he appears as a trend. Lately, the subject was commented on by Pablo Villanueva in an interview for Popular published this Sunday the 18th.
Did Melcochita call Bartola “complexed”?
Asked about what Bartola said, Melcochita was against forgetting the origins. “That is wrong. The one who denies the roots, is complex”, he claimed.
He also emphasized that he is not looking for clashes with other celebrities just to appear. “I don’t mess with anyone, I don’t figure it out. It’s calmer that way. I live off the public and you have to respect it. I don’t get bitter, I try not to get stressed, I don’t fight with anyone and I get along with all my children, “he said.
Bartola: “I consider myself Peruvian”
Previously, Paunch She was surprised to say that she didn’t like it when he called her Afro-Peruvian. “No, I consider myself Peruvian. My relatives who lived on a farm and were marked (…) were that. I andI was born in Perumy mom is more cholita than olluco with jerky and my dad is a beautiful dark-haired man, “he commented.
Was Bartola ashamed of her name?
In another excerpt from the interview with Moloko Podcast, Bartola told the origin of her stage name and that it did not suit her because she preferred to remain Esthercita Dávila, the Little Star of the South.
“He told me: ‘We are going to give you another name and that it marks more because it is extremely Creole and strong. You are going to be called Bartola, in honor of Bartola Sancho Dávila, a great folklorist of the marinera dance,’” she recounted. “I didn’t want to call myself (that). I went crying from channel 5 to my house.
Who called her Bartola?
As he mentioned in the interview, Paunch revealed that it was Augusto Polo Campos who gave him the stage name that would mark his career forever. “Augusto (Polo Campos) told me: Since you sing a marinera, we are going to give you another name and it will mark more because he is extremely Creole and strong. You are going to be called Bartola, in honor of Bartola Sancho Dávila. A great folklorist of the marinera dance“.
Bartola on imitation of Carlos Álvarez
The Creole music singer Bartola spoke of the imitation that Carlos Álvarez makes of her person. Speaking to “Moloko Podcast”, she said that she is very fond of the comic actor.
As she assured, the phrase “Yes, my love” made her recognize her among the new generations. In that sense, she claimed to be happy with the parody.