The English singer Dua Lipa was in Mexico City as part of a commercial campaign for a French fashion firm and during her stay in Mexico she experienced a small moment of anguish when a fan tried to approach her abruptly.
It was at the Prim Public Project facilities that the French firm’s “Free” campaign was carried out, of which Lipa is the protagonist. In that same room, fans waited at the entrance with the intention of seeing the recent winner of the Grammy for best vocal pop album come out for her album “Future Nostalgia.”
Although most of those who waited for her did so from their places and without releasing the security marked by the place, one of her followers could not contain the emotion of seeing the singer and her departure, she ran to where she was before she could board the car that was waiting for her. However, the security managed to contain the emotion of the young woman and the only altercation that Lipa experienced was a small push and a scare.
DUA LIPA ATE TACOS IN MEXICO
The singer also shared images on her Instagram account of her good times in Mexico.
First, with photographs of her posing in the venue where I work with director Nabil Elderkin, who is in charge of the fashion campaign and is also responsible for the videos for her latest album.
In a second post, images of pastor’s tacos and other Mexican gastronomic delights are seen with the message: “This is my slow transition to become a food blogger.”
This is not the first time that the artist visits Mexico, the singer was part of the Corona Capital 2017 music festival and in 2020 she visited the beaches of Tulum, in the Mexican Caribbean, to spend the end of the year parties. However, the previous visit was not well regarded by some of her followers who accused her of being unconscious for carrying out trips in times as hard as those experienced by the pandemic.
Now fans fear that the author of “Don’t start now” does not want to return to Mexico because of what happened with the fan, so the tag “#sorryduacdmx” went viral, to apologize on behalf of Mexicans.