Mi Bebito Fiu Fiu

Mi Bebito Fiu Fiu

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Mi Bebito Fiu Fiu refers to a parody rap of the song "Stan" by Eminem and Dido performed by Tito Silva Music and Tefi C. The viral song references a political scandal in Peru involving former president Martin Vizcarra and his love affair, which was exposed via leaked text messages. After the song's creators shared it on YouTube in May 2022, it initially went viral in Latin American countries before spreading to other circles online where people used it in skits about showing tender moments with their partners.


On May 16th, 2022, the television program Panorama[1] published a series of messages between former Peruvian president Martin Vizcarra and a woman who was identified as Zully Pinchi, a former congressional candidate for the 'Somos Perú' party. In the leaked messages, Martin Vizcarra uses affectionate language in his messages and she sends him poems, calls him "Mi Bebito" (my little baby) and responds to photos of him with “fiu, fiu”.


Four days after the news, on May 20th, 2022, the music producer Tito Silva Music [2] released the parody video[3] – now deleted from YouTube, with Tefi C calling it "Bebito Fiu Fiu". In three months since posted, the video had 10 million views and 305,000 likes (repost shown below).


The track initially went viral in Peru and other Latin American countries, particularly in TikToks as the soundtrack to show tender moments between romantic partners. For example, a video from Peruvian TikToker nalgalia.g, posted on May 31st, 2022, shows her boyfriend running a flat iron through her hair. The video received 2 million views and 107,900 likes (shown below).


The success of the song online led to it reaching number 1 on the "Most Viral --ongs on Spotify Global" playlist[4] on July 4th and 5th, 2022. However, after that, the music was deleted from Spotify due to a copyright violation of the Eminem and Dido song "Stan". Twitter user latendenciape shared a PrintScreen of the music's achievements, getting 529 likes and 128 retweets.

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The song's success inspired reggaeton artist Bad Bunny, who, on July 4th, 2022, performed the song while live streaming on Instagram to promote his new album. Clips of him singing went viral on social media, like this one posted by midnightmood_oficial, which received 4.2 million views and 586,800 likes in four days.



Brands also joined in on the song's popularity to promote their products. On July 4th, Burger King Spain tweeted a burger with a caption from the song. It received 11,000 likes and 2,000 retweets.

As part of the premiere of Thor: Love and Thunder, the Marvel Spain Twitter account shared on July 5th, 2022 a photo of Chris Hemsworth to promote the film with the "Mi Bebito, Fiu Fiu" lyrics in the caption. The tweet got 21,000 likes and 4,900 retweets.

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[1] YouTube – panorama

[2] TikTok – titosilvamusic

[3] YouTube – Tito Silva Music

[4] Twitter – latendenciape

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Quick FYI: Martin Alberto are the former president's 2 first names. You guys should chage it to "Martín Vizcarra", which sounds more proper (name+surname).

Another quick FYI: His full name is Martín Alberto Vizcarra Cornejo. Martín Alberto are his first and second "names", and Vizcarra Cornejo are his surnames. In spanish speaking countries people commonly have 1 or 2 first names and ALWAYS 2 surnames (one is the father's family surname and the other the mother's).


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