Kimberly Loaiza shows off her love at Disney with JD Pantoja
Kimberly Loaiza and JD Pantoja show off their love at Disney | Instagram
Once again Jukilop Kimberly Loaiza and Juan de Dios Pantoja surprises his followers with a most flirtatious publication where they appear showing off their love in Disney, enjoying his most recent trip in the company of his young children.
Kimberly loiaza The well-known internet celebrity shared several photos of her enjoying the company of her husband, who loves spending time with her.
In any publication in which they appear together they will always see each other the most in love and this one for sure was not the exception, as we have been constantly seeing it on their respective social media accounts, especially on Instagram.
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The publication was made through their official Instagram account just a day ago, both are posing in front of the impressive Disney castle, in total there were six photographs that appear in said publication.
Kimberly Loaiza and JD Pantoja show off their love at Disney | Instagram kimberly.loaiza
The world could turn against you, but I will always be in your favor, “commented Kim Loaiza.
A couple of days ago, through her YouTube channel, La Lindura Mayor shared a video where, together with her two young children Kima and Juanito, she had visited this well-known park, taking advantage of their visit, they decided to take some photos.
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In his video, Juan de Dios stated that they were visiting the largest park of all, which is located in Orlando, Florida.
With some of the most romantic photos that only they can take, the most famous couple on social networks in all of Mexico and some parts of Latin America reflects their intense love and also their camaraderie.
This is because in one of the six photos in which they appear together Kimberly loaiza She is carrying her husband, curiously this image is quite comical, especially because of the face of the interpreter of “Don’t be jealous”, it seems to indicate that her husband is quite heavy.
The photos of this Mexican beauty are one hundred thousand likes from her reaching two and a half million red hearts, her cuteness and little pantojitas always show her love for her idols, which we can see projected in the like’s of each of her publications.
As for the comments, these exceed 10,7 thousand in total, mentioning in several of them that they are proud of their love and also send them many blessings as they usually do with all the love in the world.
Kimberly Loaiza cries inconsolably, they make her a practical joke
Kimberly Loaiza crying, they made her the worst joke | Instagram
Seeing La Lindura Mayor, the famous Internet celebrity suffer, is something that their beauties do not like at all, so a video ended up being popular because Kimberly Loaiza was crying heartbroken due to a practical joke.
This was done by a person very close to her, for a couple of days this video was shared on her YouTube channel, but surely she did not have the reactions she expected.
It was her first cousin Cecia Loaiza who decided to ask her, which some considered was a bad joke, surely this was the heaviest so far, because he decided to wreck his luxury car,
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The video has a duration of 17:06 minutes, it was shared on Cecia’s channel two days ago, and now it is at number 15 in trends, we will share it with you right away.
Surely you already know that Kimberly loaiza and Juan de Dios Pantoja have several luxury cars, however this was a white Mini Cooper with black lines on the front, which her husband gave her on her birthday precisely this luxurious car had been the dream of her life.
This was not the first time that Cecia made a joke of this type, because in one of two of her previous videos she had also destroyed her apartment and one of Jukilop’s trucks.
Despite apparently having everything well thought out, Kim Loaiza’s cousin made a serious mistake, instead of buying paint that could be removed like glue, she bought cans of paint that could not be removed, we could say that it was real spray.
As a result the Mini Cooper of Kimberly loaiza In fact, it had been destroyed, because the spray paint could not be removed, so they would have to have the car painted completely, the reaction of the youtuber when seeing her car destroyed was heartbreaking.
This due to her immediate annoyance, which quickly turned into tears, probably due to the courage it gave her and the impotence of not being able to do anything, including Cecia ended up crying and apologizing to her cousin, because she had to pay for the damage that did.
“It seems like the joke was on me,” Cecia commented.
Surely he was in a hurry buying the cans of paint, so far he has more than 3 million views, in his video he commented that his cousin would be rewarded for his crazy things, and he apologized again for what happened.
Crazy Frog returns, like it or not: ‘There will always be a place for novelty songs’
For a few months in 2005, you couldn’t move without encountering Crazy Frog. First sold as a ringtone, his nonsensical catchphrase, “Rring ding ding ding baa baa”, entered the national vocabulary. Then it became the most popular – and divisive – single of 2005, coupled with a CGI video of an explicitly naked frog on the lam in a futuristic cityscape. “The frog is irritating to the point of distraction and back again,” wrote BBC News. “And yet at the same, it’s strangely compelling.”
The craze lasted for five Top 20 hits and then mercifully dwindled. The character was so hated that hackers found success with a virus offering to show users an image of him being killed off. But now the frog is staging a comeback. Next month, the once-ubiquitous amphibian will release a new single – a mash-up of a classic and a more recent song, the details of which the frog’s guardians are keeping under wraps, other than to say that both are popular on TikTok.
“He looks the same, he acts the same, but he’s a fresher frog,” says Sigfrid Söderberg, CEO of Kaktus Film and Crazy Frog Entertainment. Although the character’s gibbered cry was invented by a teenager called Daniel Malmedahl in 1997 and his body created by animator Erik Wernquist in 2003, Crazy Frog Entertainment owns the intellectual property, and Söderberg and his business partner Andreas Wicklund produce the character’s videos. The frog’s future is in Söderberg’s hands.
You might well question who wants this dated irritation back, but the frog fandom endures. The original hit has more than 3bn views on YouTube, making it the 26th most-watched video on the site, and the Crazy Frog YouTube channel has 11.5m subscribers. Interest seemed to surge a few years ago, says Söderberg, who claims that it was at one point getting 4m new views per day. Earlier this year, Rita Ora sampled the Axel F track in her song Bang Bang (though this is news to Söderberg). Kaktus decided that the world was telling it one thing: bring back the frog.
There were two important steps in Crazy Frog’s original ascent to cultural infamy. The first came when the mobile phone content provider Jamba! called Wernquist, who had landed a job at Kaktus thanks to his frog design, to ask if they could license the character’s noise for a ringtone. In 2004, ringtones were a billion-dollar industry with their own charts – even printed in the pages of NME, to the horror of some loyal readers. Kaktus agreed an advance and a royalties arrangement (“obviously way too low”, says Söderberg) and the deal was done. Jamba! then spent an unprecedented amount of money promoting the infectious ringtone on TV – in May 2005, it was shown 2,378 times a day – incurring the wrath of the British public. “I myself got annoyed with it,” admits Söderberg. “It was too much.”
The worst was yet to come. Wolfgang Boss, executive president of A&R at Sony Music, wanted to pair the frog with a sped-up version of the theme tune to Beverly Hills Cop, a song called Axel F. Kaktus agreed to make the animation on condition that they had carte blanche to do what they wanted. In the video, a bounty is placed on the frog’s head and a sinister character chases him around the city, eventually firing a rocket at him – which the frog ends up riding to safety. When the song came out in May 2005, it changed the lives of everyone involved. “The minute that was released, boom – it was No 1 in 23 countries in the world,” says Söderberg, who found himself travelling the world to collect gold and platinum records.
‘He’s a baby in his mind and his body’ … Crazy Frog. Photograph: Kaktus Film/CF Entertainment
He also found himself facing the wrath of the Advertising Standards Authority. Crazy Frog’s penis was clearly visible in the video, which attracted mass complaints. The fuss bemused Söderberg. “It’s like seeing a baby’s penis,” he reasons. “He’s a baby in his mind and his body. He was originally created like that, as we all were.”
Sixteen years on, the public’s rage may have subsided – or, at least, the frog may benefit from a social media audience too young to remember his original incarnation. In the spring, various TikTokers with millions of followers, including Kimberly Loaiza (55.2m) and Karla Bustillos (20m), performed choreographed dances to the track. Kaktus has learned from its mistakes, Söderberg says, and now chooses business partners more carefully. “He didn’t deserve to be a ringtone figure,” says Söderberg. “We want to do it right this time: we want to have funny songs, funny TV series, funny little books; make him have the longevity we wanted last time.”
But can the frog survive this cruel new world – isn’t he a relic? “He’s actually more tuned in to this world,” says Söderberg, arguing that short, funny clips are even more popular now than they were in 2005. “Musically there will always be a place for kind of novelty songs. He’s not Stormzy; he doesn’t need to do credible, cool, urban stuff.”
How does the frog feel about the comeback? “The frog is always completely oblivious,” says Söderberg. “I would say he’s very happy as always. For him, he was never away – or there, even.”