- A few days ago Belakath faced controversy with his song ‘La Gatita’ for alleged plagiarism.
- Fortunately, the problem was resolved and “La Gatita” returned to the platforms.
- Belakath debuted with ‘Falling in Love’, where Carmen Muñoz got his attention for sharing the Yalitza meme.
Better known as Catherine Huerta BelakathThe interpreter of the hit song ‘La Gatita’ has gained a lot of fame in recent months thanks to this single which has propelled her to success on streaming platforms like TikTok and Spotify.
The truth is that the 25-year-old actress is not new to show business, in fact she made her debut a few years ago with the show ‘Falling in Love’, where she got embroiled in controversy after making fun of her. yalitza and are shown and scolded by him carmen muñoz,
This anecdote was remembered by Internet users on social networks, in a video where Catherine Huerta appears with the host of “Falling in Love”. carmen muñozWho scolds after sharing a meme about Belakath in the middle of the program yalitza,
The presenter draws their attention to sharing a meme in which the style comparison appears in the network and in person, placing Martha Higareda and Yalitza Aparicio, respectively.
“There was a person and he was yalitzaBut I didn’t even notice she was there, I shared it pointing at me because apparently we all uploaded our pictures to Facebook,” commented the now-singer.
While Carmen Muñoz replies: “Don’t tell me you didn’t see it was her, when Yalitza is known around the world, and we all know who Yalitza Aparicio is.”
Now reggaetonara defends his point and says again: “Okay, but on Facebook I share what I want, and the truth is I apologize, if people feel offended and well, I Would never dare to disrespect Yalitza because she is a very talented woman”
In the video, Carmen Muñoz ends the discussion with Bellacath, saying: “By sharing you are joining the same network of comments that we do not agree with, in this program we have always respected the dignity of any human being.” No matter what your status, no matter your sexual orientation, we are respected here.”