Why does Shakira have a vagina?
Why does the phrase “I like you” mean “You’ll always be my boyfriend” (the original meaning, at least)?
(From Wikipedia on the topic)
Shakira is of Italian origin, and as a result her name is a portmanteau of “Sandra,” the Roman name for the Roman god Baal, and “Samba,” a shortening of the “Sambuca” verb “to dance.” She is known as “the queen of disco” because of her distinctive style of singing and dancing. Shakira is known by the word “Shakira” in the Spanish language, “Shakira” in Portuguese and “Shika” in Italian. In English, she is known as “Shakira” even though her name is pronounced “Sambuca.”
Why does Shakira make no comment?
How does Shakira get the attention she has?
What exactly is Shakira?
It began in the early 1990s, when DJ Screw, a.k.a. Sir Mix-A-Lot (and famous for a famous song called “I Got a Woman”), discovered her with his friend, DJ DJ Screwdriver (also known as DJ Screw), DJ Screw and DJ Screwdriver (also known as Sir Mixmaster Kilo-Man). A music-centric DJ-entertainer, the trio first met at Miami International High School in Miami, Florida where they worked under the name Screwdriver, which was in reference to Screwdriver. Their original song, “Let Me Be Your Man,” was written by a male named Eric Martin and was about a man who would be the “macho, macho man” and take on any challenge, be it a date or a job. In order to have the male lead, Screwdriver wanted his girlfriend, Shakira, to be a part of the song. After a few weeks of rehearsing the song, the trio decided to name it ‘Shakira,” since the female lead being female was already a familiar trope in pop music, which many would argue was a natural fit for their own unique style of pop-DJ dance music.
Shakira is the main character in the film, and is first appearing in a few scenes in the film. She is a single woman (actually a man, since her father has remarried a woman) who travels the world as a singer and DJ to entertain other humans
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