Loalwa Braz, singer of international hit La Lambada, found murdered

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Loalwa Braz, singer of international hit La Lambada, found murdered

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Yes... compassion

yes remember :





Questions... Why was she burnt alive in her car ? Is it the Universe again making a random pick? Cant you see her energy ?

What is she about? Is she happy? was she aware ?

Why ?

Is it related to a karmic fire purge?I don't claim to know...just asking?

Nothing happens by accident right ?

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Re: Loalwa Braz, singer of international hit La Lambada, found murdered

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Re: Loalwa Braz, singer of international hit La Lambada, found murdered

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ok, maybe not burnt alive ....

POLICE ARREST 3 SUSPECTS OF KILLING ‘LA LAMBADA’ SINGER LOALWA BRAZ

She was found dead on Thursday

The police found on Thursday the body of lambada singer Loalwa Braz in Saquarema, Rio de Janeiro. She was murdered, and her body later burned. According to investigators, an employee of the singer’s went to the police claiming to be a witness. He later confessed to the crime.

Wallace de Paula Vieira, 23, works at an inn owned by Loalwa Braz. He stated at first that four men entered the establishment, stole valuable objects, and abducted the singer.

His story, however, was rife with contradictions. When investigators began to confront Vieira, he confessed to the crime.

The investigation has confirmed that Vieira went to the inn with two other men – Gabriel Ferreira, 21, and Lucas Silva, 18 – with the intent of robbery. They attacked the lambada singer after she resisted, stabbing her to death.

Because they had problems with the runaway car, the trio decided to abandon the body inside and set fire to the vehicle.

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Loalwa Braz had undergone an ovary cancer treatment. After defeating the disease, she was preparing to relaunch some of her greatest hits. Her last presentation was in September 2016, in Porto Seguro, during a lambada festival.

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Re: Loalwa Braz, singer of international hit La Lambada, found murdered

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Lambada is a dance from Pará, Brazil, of African origin. The dance became internationally popular in the 1980s, especially in Latin America and Caribbean countries. It has adopted aspects of dances such as forró, salsa, merengue, maxixe and the carimbó.

Lambada is generally a partner dance. The dancers generally dance with arched legs, with the steps being from side to side, turning or even swaying, and in its original form never front to back, with a pronounced movement of the hips. At the time when the dance became popular, short skirts for women were in fashion and men wore long trousers, and the dance has become associated with such clothing, especially for women wearing short skirts that swirl up when the woman spins around, typically revealing 90s-style thong underwear.

Carimbó


Also known as the forbidden dance, from the time that Brazil was a Portuguese colony, Carimbó was a common dance in the northern part of the country. Carimbó was a loose and very sensual dance which involved many spins by the female dancer, who typically wore a rounded skirt. The music was mainly to the beat of drums made of trunks of wood, thinned by fire.

Carimbó involved only side to side movements and many spins and hip movement, which became the basis of the lambada.

Etymology

After a while, a local radio station from Belém (Pará's capital city) started to call this new type of music "the strong-beated rhythm" and "the rhythms of lambada". The term "lambada" had a strong appeal and began to be associated with the new emerging face of an old dancing style.

The word lambada means "strong slap" or "hit" in Portuguese. However, as a dance form, lambada is of obscure etymology. In Portuguese it may refer to the wave-like motion of a whip. This flowing wave motion is reproduced by the dancers' bodies, and is one of the main elements that distinguish Lambada from other Latin dances.

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