Emilio Estefan Denies 'We're All Mexican' Music Video Is a Response to Donald Trump
By Raphael Chestang
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GRAMMY winner Emilio Estefan is the man behind the star-studded music video making the rounds on the Internet, "We're All Mexican," and he spoke to ET about the project.
According to the YouTube video description, "The title of the song, 'We're All Mexican,' is intended as a metaphor symbolizing that we can all become the victims of racism and bigotry at any moment as Mexicans are experiencing in recent times."
Some viewers have interpreted the video as a response to controversial anti-immigration comments made by Donald Trump, but Estefan denied that the video has nothing to do with the presidential hopeful.
"I hope that he doesn't feel that this is offensive to him, because it's not about him," Estefan said.
The video includes many Latin stars like Eva Longoria, Carlos Santana and Pitbull, as well as non-Latin stars such as Whoopi Goldberg and Kathy Griffin.