Camila Cabello Says 'Havana' Is A Form Of Rebellion Against Anti-Immigration Sentiment

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Camila Cabello opened up about her hit "Havana" and embracing her Latina roots in a new interview with <a href="">Glamour</a> in honor of International Women's Day on March 8. The 21-year-old pop star admitted her Cuban-inspired song is her form of rebellion against anti-immigration sentiment. "So many people are singing [my lyrics] and it just breaks down barriers, whether people know it or not," she explained.

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