Young Cuban Woman Gains Fame with 'The Little Mermaid' Parody Highlighting Cuba's Blackouts

Sunday, May 19, 2024 by Isabella Sanchez

A 19-year-old Cuban, Karoline Hernández (@your_loli_blue), is tackling the issue of power outages in Cuba with a hearty dose of humor. She has reimagined the song from 'The Little Mermaid' to reflect the current situation across the island, bringing laughter to her followers.

On her Instagram profile, this talented Cuban has performed an a cappella version of her own composition using the melody from the fictional character Ariel's song. The result has been enchanting Instagram users, earning her a round of applause.

"What's here, how ugly it is, a big nose and fat too, it's easy to say that I end this here. What do you see around you, the whole country in a blackout, it makes me think that I need to emigrate. The split is broken and I can't stand this heat. Do you want problems? I have 20. But I really want to emigrate and discover everything I never knew. I want to emigrate and get lost from here," sings Karoline.

"This song should be on Spotify," "I'm watching this without power," "New anthem of Cuba," "Too good," "Now I have to download this video... and make it MP3 and play it on loop during the blackout," "The Cuban anthem from now on," or "For the Grammys," are some of the comments that accompany this song.

Karoline Hernández's Viral Parody of 'The Little Mermaid'

Here are some questions and answers that delve deeper into the impact and creation of Karoline Hernández's viral parody.

Who is Karoline Hernández?

Karoline Hernández is a 19-year-old Cuban who gained popularity by creating a parody of 'The Little Mermaid' song that humorously addresses the power outages in Cuba.

What is the theme of Karoline Hernández's parody?

The parody reflects the widespread power outages in Cuba, using humor to highlight the difficulties and frustrations faced by the Cuban people.

How has the public reacted to the parody?

The public has reacted positively, with many users praising the song and calling it the "new anthem of Cuba" and suggesting it should be on Spotify.

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