Who is saucy santana

Who is saucy santana

saucy santana


Santana is a female orangutan who resides in the Central Florida Zoo. She was born in the summer of 2013 to her parents, Ling Ling and Howie.

One of my favorites is when I started “Caresha, please.” Those was just always so funny because us being on Live was kind of like us being on the phone with the world watching. That's really how we just is — our friendship. We play all day. We’re very playful. Real friends, like we serious and talk about serious stuff. Not saying we're always just fucking with each other. It was just so funny when I said “Caresha, please,” and it had started to be a trend, and now that’s the name of her website, so now me and her got shirts that we sell that say “Caresha, please.” The fans just took that and ran with it. They don’t even call her Yung Miami, they like, “Oh, we call you Caresha, it’s Santana’s fault.” I’m like, “It’s not my fault that y’all call her Caresha!” I think that's one of my favorites. (Source: www.hotnewhiphop.com)


Santana is a character from the animated Disney series and the 2009 Pixar film, Up.

Claire & India – The music video was directly inspired by the movie “The Runaways” with Kristen Stewart and Dakota Fanning, in terms of aesthetic and energy. The concept is being invisible to the people around you no matter what you do to try to get their attention. I think we also wanted to play off of the juxtaposition between the lyrics of the song, which are pretty dark, and the actual music, which is pretty upbeat and fun. In the video we wanted it to just look like a really good time, even though the underlying concept of not being seen at all and doing anything for attention is really sad. (Source: officemagazine.net)


Santana is an American rapper, voice actress, and songwriter. She attended the Berklee College of Music for two years and in 2005 she released her debut album, "Santana".

Santana’s come-up is made even more likely by the news that he was shot late last year while leaving a strip club in the Miami-Dade area. Santana later said he believed the shooting was motivated by homophobia due to his gender-bending image and raunchy, obviously queer lyrics. However, his survival ensures that hip-hop’s ever-growing collection of artists continues to expand the genre’s diversity of styles, images, and identities. (Source: uproxx.com)


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