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Mau and Ricky share a tutorial to eat arepas and controversy arises

  • Mau and Ricky share a humorous tutorial for eating arepas and controversy arises among their followers: are they Venezuelan or Colombian?
  • “Tutorial on how to eat an arepa…. are you Mau or are you Ricky? ”wrote the singers
  • The controversy ignited when the Colombian youtuber Sebastián Villalobos wrote to them: “the arepa is Colombian.”

Mau and Ricky share a humorous tutorial for eating arepas and controversy arises among their followers: are they Venezuelan or Colombian?

The brothers Mau and Ricky made use of their charisma and spontaneity by publishing an image in which they are seen eating some succulent arepas, each with their own style, but both willing to devour that dish.

“Tutorial on how to eat an arepa…. Are you Mau or are you Ricky? ”, the singers wrote in their Instagram account inviting his followers to comment on which of the two they looked like.

However, the controversy ignited when the Colombian youtuber Sebastián Villalobos wrote to them: “the arepa is Colombian.” Although he added “you lie, I love you”, he had already sowed ‘discontent’ and this turns out to be a sensitive issue for Venezuelans and Colombians who debate the authorship of this traditional southern delicacy.

Photo: Instagram

Mau and Ricky share a tutorial to eat arepas and controversy arises

Dozens of followers of Mau and Ricky were engaged in an intense debate to find out if the arepas are Venezuelan or Colombian.

The most neutral of the users commented “THE AREPA IS CARIBBEAN SON”, but the others did not maintain their bias.

One warned “You want to see the world burn” and another added “@sebas threw the bomb and left haha”. That’s how it went.

“The arepa is Venezuelan”, “in Colombia they don’t make arepa, they only eat industrialists. The arepa is 100% Venezuelan potato “,” HAHAHA I was going to claim you hahahaha VENEZUELAN Papa “,” it is Venezuelanaaa 🇻🇪🇻🇪🇻🇪🇻🇪🇻🇪 “,” hahahaha that arepa like them is more Venezuelan than cachapa with cheese from hand and mavesa butter ”,“ you would like ”,“ sorry but the Arepa is and will be forever. Venezuelan, search and you will know the truth ”, commented the Venezuelans.

Even Norbert Cedeño recounted his experience in Colombia: “I went to Bogotá and in all the time that I stayed, I never saw an arepa and an arepera less, perhaps they have it as a contour on a plate, but it is never the official dish, like that of the Venezuelans”.

Photo: Instagram

The Colombians also defended themselves: “The arepa is Colombian”, “What we produce in Colombia 🇨🇴 is of very good quality”, “THE AREPA IS VENEZUELANAAA SUEÑALOO”.

The rest of the Internet users moved away from the dispute and decided to decide which of the two artists he resembled when eating a delicious arepa.

Do you like arepa? Which of the two do you look like? well … do you think she is Venezuelan or Colombian?

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