Published On: Tue, Jan 30th, 2018

Zuleyka Rivera Speaks Out About Haters Over Her ‘Despacito’ Performance At Grammys

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The Puerto Rican actress spokes about her haters who showed negative reviews on her Despacito performance at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards where Zuleyka Rivera share the stage with many other best singers.

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The former Miss Universe Zuleyka performed on the song Despacito at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards where she shared the stage with Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee.

But many people used hated words on her performance while some gave positive reviews and she shut down her haters by giving them a very suitable answer about her dance performance.

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Many number of people disliked the performance of Puerto Rican actress’s over Despacito song at the Grammy show, they gave negative comments about her moves on the song.

While on the other side the actress has many supporters which wrote in positive and appreciate the performance of former Miss Universe at the 60 Annual awards.

Zuleyka is known as one of the best Puerto Rican actresses, she is also a model, dancer, television host and beauty queen while she has won the Miss Puerto Rico Universe 2006 and Miss Universe 2006 titles.

And she has many supporters along some number of haters who used the negative comments about her performance on a song.

One hater tweeted that her performance was not for her living room but that was for the television program while another said that her dress was too bad for such a TV show although she is pretty and talented but she did not wear the suitable clothes and she was criticized on her prostitute type dress.

The beautiful actress slapped the haters by releasing a picture on Instagram with singers and said that in front of TV she looks beautiful and the negative comments about her performance on a Grammy show will then count.

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