Via Instagram, the US musician with roots in Cuba published a slightly different snapshot and surprised all fans.
On March 3, 1997, Karla Camila Cabello Estrabao was born in the heart of Havana as the daughter of a Cuban and a Mexican and grew up in both of her parents’ home countries. In 2003, she finally immigrated with her mother via Mexico to the United States and has lived in Miami, Florida ever since. In 2008, Cabello became a U.S. citizen, applied to “The X Factor” four years later, and the rest is history…
Millions of fans are currently congratulating Cabello on her birthday, who came up with something to the delight of all supporters and published the following words via Instagram: “I will be 23 years old in a few hours, so I post my first nude picture on the Internet,” she wrote down and surprised everyone:
Instead of lounging without clothes for the camera, you can think of Camila as a baby while she was wrapped in a towel and smiled:
The Internet is dangerous
The 23-year-old knows how to deal with the net and has already confessed in the past that she is not a person who would compare herself with other influencers on Instagram and Co. Instead, she testified that the Internet is dangerous and has already given her fans advice several times.
“I know it would be more interesting for people if I posted more about my personal life or got involved in rumors. I, on the other hand, can’t put up with it, I just want to be a good artist. I don’t want to be a good celebrity – I’m not! […] I also can’t spend an hour a day in the mask and have my hair styled. Some people do this because they know paparazzi lurk in the streets. I just can’t do that, you know? I know I need to invest more time in my styling. Sometimes I walk around and look like garbage,” Cabello said, among other things, adding, “Of course there are bad pictures, of course there are bad angles, my body is not made of stone or just muscles. I’m writing this for girls like my little sister who grow up on social media. They see constantly edited images and think that this is reality, and all eyes get used to seeing artificially embellished bodies and skin, and suddenly they think that’s the norm. Isn’t it. It’s a fake. And fake becomes the new reality.”
“I want to give everyone here a little love – I don’t go online that often because it doesn’t do me any good. And I don’t know how I can’t let the comments get to me. So I don’t even read them. Nevertheless, I know that I can use this platform here to be able to help some people. So to all those who sometimes have difficulties – that’s human,” Cabello concludes.