Karol G and the truth behind the tattoo on her arm: “It represents a moment in my life when I questioned myself a lot” | celebrity | rmmn | SHOWS

Colombian singer Carol G It is one of the most famous in the world, proof of this are the sold out that it has achieved with its shows in Latin America. Now, the popular “Bichota” surprised her followers by revealing the meaning of a peculiar tattoo that she has on her left arm.

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In a recent interview for Allure magazine, the interpreter of “Mi cama” and “Tusa” told little-known details of her life, among other topics, she explained the meaning behind the peculiar heart of thorns tattoo.

People don’t know that this tattoo is the opening of my (next) album. I mean literally a lot of things start from here. The tattoo represents a time in my life when I questioned myself a lot, got stronger and got weaker. It was a very important moment for me personally, not for my career. For Caroline”confessed Karol G.

“Last year (2021), I tell you from my heart… It was a year that I don’t know how we did it, but we got over it”, The Colombian added about the difficult period she went through in her life.

It should be noted that this 2022, Karol G started in a big way with the release of “Mami” in collaboration with her friend and colleague Becky G. In addition, she has planned a series of concerts in the region, where she included 2 shows in Lima, Peru.

As is known, Karol G has had a great reception in Peru, to the point that after the tickets for his show on June 4 were sold out, a new date was opened the next day that also reached the sold out. In this way, the Colombian will perform in Lima on June 4 and 5 at Arena 1, which is located on the Costa Verde.


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