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Becky G Got a Lot of Flak for Her Latest Makeup Collaboration With ColourPop


Becky G came under fire for copyright infringement. The singer's latest makeup collaboration, Becky G x ColourPop Hola Chola was released on Thursday, Dec. 12. Twitter users claim the name was taken from Hola Chola, an independent label based in Mexico.  

The new makeup line attracted heavy criticism for referencing the aesthetic of a Mexican subculture as well, with many arguing that this is a case of cultural appropriation. 

Let's get to the bottom of the Hola Chola drama, shall we? 

So, what's with the Hola Chola ColourPop drama? 

"Becky g stole a brand name from a single latina/hispanic mother ?? um chile anyways ... everyone go support @HolaCholaInc who made the ORIGINAL hola chola brand. thank u [sic]," wrote a Twitter user. 

"@iambeckyg is really out here stealing the brand name hola chola and I’ve never been so disappointed," argued another.