Anamá Ferreira gave her opinion on Wanda Nara's Portuguese, after the release of “O Bicho Vai Pegar”, the second song in the media.
“Hello everyone. Everyone is calling me to ask my opinion about Wanda who is singing 'O Bicho Vai Pegar' in Portuguese,” she said in a video she posted on Instagram.
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He immediately gave his verdict: “I will bank her to death.” “I thank all the people who want to improve themselves, who want to speak in another language, who speak, who sing… It's great because I am the only person in this world who I cannot criticize because I was very criticized for speaking bad Spanish until today,” he assured.
Anamá Ferreira gave her opinion on Wanda Nara's Portuguese (Photo: Instagram Capture /anamaferreira)
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By way of closing he reaffirmed: “Therefore, Wanda, I will bank you to death.” “'O Bicho Vai Pegar' is going to be a success and it's wonderful. I do the challenge with you. You also have the shirt of the Brazilian team. Marvelous. A kiss for everyone and for you Wanda. 'O Bicho Vai Pegar' from New York,” concluded the model who is walking through the United States.
Anamá's publication did not go unnoticed among her more than 140 thousand followers. “How beautiful you are, Anamá. Always wishing for the best. I trust you, you are a genius”, “Great, Anamá! “Genia!”, and “Did you know that you are the best?” were some of the most repeated messages.
“O Bicho Vai Pegar”, the details about Wanda Nara's second song
After having bet on electronic music in “Bad Bitch” with a video that shows luxury, elegance and her passion for handbags and high-end goods, Wanda Nara exploits her popular side with “O bicho vai pega”.
In this second song, the media not only ventures into Portuguese, but also exploits its sensuality to the fullest with a high-voltage clip.
The singer's new songs. (Source: Instagram/wandanara)
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As could be seen, here it appeals to the union between Brazil and Argentina and also to the football culture. He already showed that his wardrobe includes national team shirts and one of them bears the last name of his partner, but also clothing alluding to the neighboring country such as a Neymar shirt.
Three days after its launch, “O Bicho Vai Pegar” has already exceeded one and a half million YouTube views where it is in the number 1 trending position in Argentina.
Days ago, the artist revealed details of the upcoming releases she has in hand. Although the dates are not known, Wanda revealed some suggestive titles: “Money” and “Tóxica”.