Hilaria Baldwin responded to allegations in an Instagram video Sunday that she was imitating her Spanish accent and cultural roots.
“My family is white. Ethnically, I’m a mix of many, many things, “Baldwin explained.” Culturally, I grew up with two cultures, so it’s really that simple. “
His video comes as a response to ongoing Twitter discussions speculating about Baldwin’s past. A Twitter thread by user lenibriscoe The pronunciation of the stars and the connections with Spain suggested that it was an evil, suggesting in some articles that Baldwin was born in Spain, even though he was a native of Boston.
Other allegations include videos in which the yoga instructor’s pronunciation appears to be different and it was revealed that he often went to Hillary when he grew up in Boston. But Baldwin’s response was that he had spent time in both Spain and Massachusetts and used names based on the language he spoke. When it comes to pronouncing ups and downs, he continues it up to the nerves.
“One of them is that I’ve become a little insecure about different times and when I try to work I try to break down a bit more but if I get scared or get worse or something else happens I start to mix two.”
In his video, Baldwin notes that many of his family members live in Spain and that the pronunciation is not something he is “playing.” The original Twitter thread, on the other hand, contained evidence that neither Baldwin’s mother nor father was raised in Spain. The user shared a video about his mother growing up in Massachusetts and a myth for his grandfather-in-law that describes life in the New England area.
But Baldwin suggested on Instagram that he still grew up in Spain because his family often spent time in the country. Her family also called her Hillary, not Hillary, and in the end she chose to go by the name of Reunion and the name her family knew her.
“I feel really lucky that I grew up with two cultures, I grew up speaking two languages,” he said. “Have I always done well? In your awkward years and try to be more or more. Yes I am a white girl. Let’s make it clear that there are a lot of white people in Europe. “